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CES 2011: Samsung Debuts 3D Monitors

 CES 2011: Samsung Debuts 3D Monitors

Samsung, the multinational hardware manufacture, has unveiled a new line of third-dimensional LED monitors. Using “smart design”, the SA950 and SA750 are the first computer monitors to take advantage of the companies proprietary third-dimensional tech.

Both the monitors include a unique aesthetic design, especially the SA950 which features a wide foot-stand that attaches the panel on the far right side. But, on the other hand, the SA750 retains a transitional monitor design. According to Samsung, both include a WLED-backlit, which is a special illumination tech, and magic angle support, allowing for a larger three-dimensional viewing range.

Update: Glasses will be needed for both the LED monitors.

 CES 2011: Samsung Debuts 3D Monitors

 CES 2011: Samsung Debuts 3D Monitors

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