Now that 3D in the home has grown beyond popular sized flat-panel TVs into the world of large-screen projection systems it only makes sense that the technology gets downsized too.
One of the first companies to make the leap into the world of smaller 3D screen sizes is Samsung, which recently launched its D6350 32-inch 3D smart television in its native Korea.
Akihabaranews.com reports the TV incorporates 2D to 3D conversion technologies, Samsung's Smart Hub, as well as the company's Crystal Black Panel, 3D Hyper-real engine and Smart Real motion processing technologies.
The Website says the approximate cost of the TV in Korea is will be 1.3 million Won (about $1,200 dollars). Additionally, the story says there will also be a 40-inch version of the TV available at a cost of about 2.1 million Won (approximately $1,964 dollars).
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