3D TV was the biggest innovation to hit the market in 2010, with major manufacturers like LG, Panasonic, Sony, Samsung and Sharp all releasing 3D TVs. Despite the annoying aspect of wearing bulky 3D glasses, 3D TV is a novel way for viewers to watch 3D movies at home. If you want to buy a 3D TV but can't choose, go through our list of 3D TV reviews.
Should you buy a 3D TV? Have a look at our [[artnid:344082|3D TV buying guide]].
Check out more [[xref:http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/section/tvs/roundups/|TV roundups]].
Here's a list of what we thought were [[artnid:373435|the best TVs of 2010]].
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Samsung's Series 7 (UA55C7000) is the best edge-lit LED television we've seen. It doesn't have the deep inky black levels of a high-end plasma television, but its colour reproduction is good and 2D video looks great. The UA55C7000's motion control handles sports and wildlife footage well, but some movies can seem slightly jittery when using default settings. 3D video playback is a novel inclusion that adds extra depth and immersion, but we'd wait a while before purchasing a television purely for 3D video. In short, don't purchase this TV for 3D -- purchase it because it's good at almost everything else.
- Review Date:
- 7th May, 2010
- Campbell Simpson