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September 2, 2010

Philips Cinema 21:9 Platinum Series TV goes 3D

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by Darren Allan

Over at the IFA in Berlin, Philips has been showing off a new version of its acclaimed elongated 21:9 ratio cinema TV, which is specially designed for showing movies in the format they were meant to be viewed, minus any black letterbox effect.

The new Platinum Series set comes with a slightly bigger 58 inch screen, TechRadar reports, an increase from the original 56 incher. It also now boasts 3D technology, and comes with two pairs of three-dimensional viewing specs.

The new Cinema 21:9 will come with 400Hz processing, and a direct-lit LED display, to produce smooth and vibrant 3D pictures, or that’s the theory anyway. The set will also be net-enabled.

And how much will this behemoth of a 3DTV set you back? Predictably, it’s not going to be cheap, and you can expect the Cinema 21:9 Platinum Series 3D TV to weigh in between the three and four thousand pound mark. The television should be out later this month.

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  1. Seems like this years 221:9 model has reflective screen - and still no full internet support, even we are well into 2010 where TV over the internet is now well established - at a price of 4.200 Euro for such flaws …..

    Comment by John — September 16, 2010 @ 9:23 pm

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