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Sony is giving up SG technology for its new 3d tv series

Sony is currently using SG technology in its current series of tv.

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Sony is giving up SG technology for its new 3d tv series

No Man..!

I guess you are mistaken..Sony is not focusing on FPR at all...

Because its already toping with SG Tech...

It might get advanced with SG but not with FPR..

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I don't know what Sony is focusing, but...

the writing is on the wall as far as SG is concern. Passive 3D is here. It maybe Samsung or the underdog Vizio.

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NO..!

Hey..

I would like to correct you that Sony isn't moing to FPR at all...
Nodoubt FPR is a better technology but Sony is happy with SG Tech...

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