3D TV reviews

2010 3D TV reviews featuring models from Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, LG and Sharp

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 3D TV buying guide.

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Here's a list of what we thought were the best TVs of 2010.

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Panasonic Viera TH-P50VT20A

Panasonic's TH-P50VT20A 3D-ready plasma television is an excellent performer. It has exceptionally good contrast and detail levels, making it an easy choice if you want the absolute best image quality from your television.

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  • 13th July, 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Panasonic
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  • Pros:
  • Good 2D and 3D picture quality, useful Viera Cast Internet features
  • Cons:
  • Less attractive than Samsung's Series 7
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