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The price of 3D TVs is dropping
21.12.2011, 00:00 | IT & C | 1300 views

Products that use 3D technology are increasingly present in retail stores, and their prices are dropping due to an increase in competition. In order to fiind aut the dynamic of the market for this type of products we talked to the officials of two companies that distribute this type of products, as well as to a manufacturer.

The officials of "Altex" said: "3D products are increasingly appreciated by consumers, and they have become more affordable lately. Just like any other product, 3D technology has lost its absolute novelty nature in 2010, especially as the available 3D content has increased. Let's not forget that at the moment of its launch, the appearance of 3D technology has outshined the transition from HD (high definition) to Full HD or from LCD to LED, meaning that the interest is there and it increases the moment products become more accessible".


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