International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a big trade show event to watch as latest technology being showcased. Manufacturers reveal electronic products that provide the consumer some glimpse of innovative trends in technology for the year. This event is also packed with several trade show promotions that catch consumers.
Among the things of interest in CES are home theater systems. It’s a dream to be in the middle of the action while watching a concert or a movie. The 3D TV technology is increasingly becoming more impressive, and it puts one in an ultimate home theater experience coupled with surround sound speakers. 3D TV is your next big entertainment investment. The best 3D HDTVs, have a lifelike display, images so vibrant that it seems to come out of the screen and into your living room.
An example of a 3D HDTV for a high-quality dimension of entertainment is Panasonic TC-P55VT30, LG 55LW6500 and the Sony XBR-HX929 which is some big entertainment investment. It supports 1080p high-definition images and has a PC input to replace a standard computer monitor. Building a 3D home theater system requires purchase of 3D glasses designed for this TV. Also, a 3D Blu-ray player, high-speed HDMI cable, and compatible A/V receiver with 3D products would be required too.
Internet connected, interactive TVs is a very big plus feature in a TV set. With a generation hooked up to the Internet, social media content and more a going crazy with an interactive TV. Some consumer may not be too excited with 3D TV, but a smart internet TV set with QWERTY keyboard accessories and touch screen capabilities would really be awesome.
There are more to expect with technology innovation on TV set. Communicating with smartphone or tablet for seamless content sharing, voice control and search, built-in cameras and microphone for video chat applications are some long list of feature to watch. I look forward to seeing this interactive 3D TV in the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012 and hopefully build the ultimate home theater experience in my living room.