Philips is gearing up for quite a year. After showing off the Philips/Funai marriage at CES, they unleashed even more on Barcelona, Spain at Philips Pulse. Showing what they have coined Easy 3D, the electronics giant is utilizing the principles associated with FPR passive 3D glasses in their new televisions. Giving owners the ability to conduct operations via their iOS or Andriod device shows the strides being taken regarding compatibility and the Wi-Fi capabilities of the new line as a whole.
Gold and Platinum series models are available for the ultrawidescreen 21:9 models, and the standard 16:9 units come in 7000, 8000, and 9000 lined models. Featuring Easy 3D on the 7000 and 3D Max for the two upper level products gives consumers various price points to dive into the 3D craze.
The units themselves can record to USB, furthering the computer functionality and showcasing the new smart design. Pricing has not been released, but the beautiful widescreen should be enough to lure quite a few curious consumers into the purchase.
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