Toshiba Regza 55×3 is the world first naked-eye 3D TV with 3,840×2,160 Resolution


Toshiba made some pre-announcements for the Ceatec expo which starts tomorrow in Tokyo, Japan. Along with a couple of Blu-Ray recorders the company announced the Regza 55×3 which is a 55 inch LED TV the first in the world to support QFHD resolution of 3,840 × 2,160 pixels which is 4X of Full HD. The panel supports a contrast ration of 5000:1 and is powered by the REGZA CEVO Duo image processing engine. In addition to this you can switch from 2D to 3D with a press of a button on the remote control and enjoy glasses free 3D on the crisp 55 inch panel.
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The Toshiba Regza 55×3 will go on sale by mid December in Japan for 900,000 Yen ($11,200).
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