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December 15, 2009

Cheap 3DTV processor from NXP

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by David Allen

The US-based firm NXP has announced the launch of a new 3D TV processor that is supposed to be an industry first.

The chip does not require FPGA devices to support the 3D TV and therefore this is going to be a cost effective method for TV manufacturers to produce cheaper 3D TV enabled televisions, something that the broadcast industry has been waiting for as this could affect the future of 3D broadcasting.

The chip will be known as the PNX5130 and once it has been on display at the 2010 CES show in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, it will become immediately available and is expected to be in great demand.

With 3D TV in its early stages, once new technology becomes available such as this chip, 3D enabled televisions will become as common as HD enabled televisions.

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