Sony promises to bring capabilities 3D Advanced to the masses under its brand consoles
Most of us have not yet managed to recover from the Computex exhibition, but the technological world does not stop, and it comes to E3, the world's largest gaming platform, and gives us a plethora of interesting announcements and exposures like The PlayStation Vita, God-Wii U and more.
One of those announcements is Sony PlayStation 3D TV, Or CECH-ZED1 in its official name and a little less impressive.
The PlayStation TV offers a screen with a 24-inch VA (Vertical Alignment) panel with LED lighting at the edges (Edge LED lighting) and a resolution of 1920 × 1080, a contrast ratio of 5,000: 1, an average response time of about 4 Milliseconds, wide viewing angles of up to 176 degrees, two connections HDMI And speakers along with a subwoofer.
In addition, the 3D screen is equipped with a variety of technologies designed to improve the home 3D experience offered to buyers, including technology to minimize the phenomenon of ghosting while displaying 3D And the ability to work at a refresh rate of 240 Hz - which will allow two viewers (or actors) to get a picture of 60 frames per second per eye, or in other words - an experience 3D Full of two people simultaneously from one screen.
These figures are quite impressive, however Sonny Not content with that, we hope to make the new TV a real hit with a very competitive price - $ 500 for a package that includes the TV itself, an HDMI cable, a copy of the game in question 3 Resistance and a pair of glasses 3D At least in the United States.
The specs will also work with TVs 3D Other manufacturers will be equipped with a lithium battery that will allow for fast and convenient charging through a USB connection. The company claims that charging 3 will last you enough hours for 3, while 45 can charge you full hours of 30. 3D.
Outside the package, the cost of the glasses will be 70 per unit and you will find them, as well as the TV itself of course, in stores this fall.
Branding the TV's PlayStation is not coincidental, of course. This is another attempt by Sony to market 3D capabilities The uniqueness of the consolePlaystation 3, when the company promises that we will see a large number of games that make use of technology in the near future. Will the affordable price and "strong" branding help XNUMXD technology invade masses of households, or is it another idea that started its life with noise and ringing, but will end them with a weak response? We are already waiting for the fall to check.