China's first 3D TV to go on sale

15:44, March 26, 2010      

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China's first 3D TV, launched by Samsung, will go on sale at the end of March, according to Chinanews.

Launched by Suning Appliance and jointly sponsored by Samsung, Sony, Panasonic and Skyworth, a promotion alliance on China 3D TV technology was set up recently.

An insider said the globalization of 3D technology would drive the TV industry's leap. And the research institute DisplaySearch has predicted that global demand for 3D TV in 2010 would reach 1 million to 6.5 million.

Suning Appliance, a leader in China's 3C (Consumer appliances, Computer and Communication products) chain retailers of home appliances, estimated that domestic demand will amount to 5000 thousand.

By People's Daily Online
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