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article imageToshiba's $11,000 55-inch 3D TV

By Owen Weldon     Oct 5, 2011 in Technology
On Monday Toshiba Corp announced that they will start to sell 55-inch 3D TVs that will not require people to wear 3D glasses.
Toshiba says that the TVs will provide customers with the illusion of depth without the need to wear 3D glasses.
The TVs will go for around $11,000, it's being reported.
Toshiba said that they will start selling the TVs in December and that they are going to try and reach a goal of 1,000 units on a monthly basis at first, according to The Globe And Mail.
Slash Gear reports that the new TV set will give customers complete control over the backlight LED. This means that customers will be able to see accurate colors and even deeper black levels. The TV set will also support content that is in 2D.
The new Toshiba TV set will also allow customers to view four programs at the same time, in full 1080p. People will also be able to record two TV programs at the same time.
Toshiba already sells a 3D TV that does not require glasses, but the TV only comes in a 12-inch set and a 20-inch set, according to The Economic Times.
The televisions sets create 3D images from lenses that scatter light from their screen.
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