Samsung 3DTV “Spectacularly Immersive”

On the eve of Samsung releasing details of its NZ 3DTV plans, reviewers in Australia and Britain have analysed the technology’s strength and weaknesses using the Korean juggernaut’s kit.

The Sydney Morning Herald’s Asher Moses writes that after playing with a 46-inch Samsung Series 7 3DTV (above), he was “wowed by the spectacularly immersive experience of watching true 3D content” but concludes “the lack of content makes it difficult to justify an upgrade this early on”.

Conversley, veteran Trusted Reviews scribe John Archer was amazed by the amount of 3D content he could muster to test drive Samsung’s 46C7000 3D-capable TV, BD-C6900 Blu-ray player, BSkyB’s 3D channel and the Xbox 360 Avatar game.

His “first impressions” may surprise you, given everyone expects the best 3D experience to be that of a Blu-ray movie yet he found watching Aliens vs Monsters in 3D less than stellar and instead was bowled over by the technology’s prowess with BSkyB’s coverage of sport.

Meanwhile, if you missed it earlier, US Consumer Reports already has tested Samsung’s LED 3DTV against Panasonic’s plasma 3DTV, and concluded the latter was superior.

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