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January 4, 2010

3D HDTV not so hot for CES

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by David Allen

As the CES prepares for the grand opening, not everything seems to be going according to plan.

One thing that many people involved in the technology sector, and the consumers too, are looking forward to, is 3D HDTV, but will the technology be ready for a demanding audience.

It seems that there is a lot of last minute tinkering and fixing needed in order to get the 3D HDTV technology working properly and with the expectations of the visitors running high, the demos had better be good otherwise a whole load of bad publicity will follow.

One system that will be on show and working perfectly will be the 3D enabled Blu-ray player.

At least through this device some 3D demonstrations are guaranteed to be crystal clear, or are they?

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