Today cheap televisions takes a look at the very highly regarded Samsung UE32D6530 32 inch LCD TV. This stylish 3D offering from Samsung isn’t the usual bargain basement television like the Alba, Goodmans and Tesco Tecknika brands we often feature, it is actually almost twice as expensive as some. However it is absolutely packed to the rafters with features and still affordable for those with the finance available the Samsung UE32D6530 LCD TV is well worth a look.
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This week a Sony Computer Entertainment executive has been saying Sony isn’t overly concerned about the slow sales of 3D televisions and 3D Playstation 3 computer games. Apparently it is easy for games developers to convert their games for 3D televisions on the PS3 and believes Sony will continue to deliver both HD and 3D games for the foreseeable future despite a lack of demand for the new technology.
Some news from British TV manufacturer Cello (yes televisions are still made in the UK) are about to launch a new range of 3D TVs. The new Cello LCD televisions will be 42 and 47 inch in size and price wise will range from £499 to £699. It seems 3d technology is here to stay no matter how much our team thinks it’s a gimmick but all the main TV companies are pushing people to purchase them just like they did with HD televisions (of which most of the population still don’t receive a HD signal). The new LCD models being made by Cello are being marketed at the cheap 3D television market, using passive 3D with a LG LCD panel and a very welcome set of four 3D glasses with each screen.
Here’s a few pictures of LGs flagship 60 inch 3D plasma TV the 60PX990 which at around £2,000 which cheap, but you do get an awful lot of television for your money. Cheap televisions has always been a big fan of big LG plasma TVs because of their very good performance at a reasonable price point.