2011 Samsung monitor preview: 3D gets a brand-new bag

We take a look at Samsung's early 2011 monitor lineup. Today we feature its 3D monitors.

The 950 knows when you walk away from it. Samsung

Samsung was one of the standout monitor vendors of CES 2011. The company demoed some high-quality, aesthetically pleasing offerings, and although we gave these a cursory look when they were announced, we've had time since then to gather additional information and will be taking a closer at the company's early 2011 monitor lineup this week. Today we take a deeper look at its planned 3D monitors.

This year, Samsung will launch the 950 and 750 in a number of configurations, including both normal monitor versions and HDTV/monitor hybrid versions at 23- and 27-inch screen sizes. All permutations will make use of Samsung's proprietary 3D technology, including its own wireless 3D glasses and built-in 3D emitter.

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Eric Franklin is a section editor covering how to and tablets. He's also co-host of CNET's do-it-yourself and how-to show, The Fix and is a 20-year tech industry veteran.

 

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