Toshiba announces the arrival of his 3D TV without glasses within a year

The next twelve months will have a common theme on the side of Toshiba. The company expects to launch this year its first set of 3D televisions requiring the use of passive glasses, but what will undoubtedly draw the attention of consumers is its series of 3D TV without glasses.

While Samsung claimed that much water will flow under the bridge before that manufacturers may be able to market televisions autostereoscopic of satisfactory quality, Toshiba has announced the upcoming availability of such a TV

While Samsung claimed that much water will flow under the bridge before that manufacturers may be able to market televisions autostereoscopic of satisfactory quality, Toshiba has announced the upcoming availability of such a TV.

Still very little information on TV without glasses are available at this time. The company has made some versions available in Japan, including diagonals of 12 and 20 inches, says Pocket Lint.

VL Series Regza Full HD Toshiba will be offering in the field of 3D technology require the use of passive glasses. TVs are available in versions ranging from 42 to 47 inches.

Each TV in this series will be accompanied by four pairs of glasses RealID passive, similar to models offered in cinemas. The TVs in the series Regza VL will also have Wi-Fi connectivity of DLNA and and 4 HDMI ports.

Toshiba already offers 3D TV along with active glasses.

For now, Toshiba has not announced availability date or price for its 3D TV without glasses or with passive glasses.