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The latest 3D TV from Loewe, called the Individual 3D, gives owners a plethora of design options. These include the shade of the TV chassis, the color accents on the sides of the bezel, various matching speaker options, and some swanky-looking TV stands.
Just how much customization is available? The chassis comes in three colors--black, silver, and white--while buyers can choose from seven default shades for the color accents on the sides, with a custom option for fussier home A/V buffs to choose a specific hue. Loewe even makes several matching TV stands and speakers that include a pair of 3.7-foot-tall electrostatics, which reproduce sound using static electricity.
Spec-wise, Loewe's new 3D TVs sport full-HD resolution and simulated 400Hz refresh rates and use active shutter glasses. They are also smart TVs with a function the company calls Loewe MediaNet that allows for Web browsing and accessing online content.
The Individual 3D comes in four sizes with the smallest set--a 32-incher-- costing a cool 3,400 euros ($4,923). The largest 55-inch model will set you back 6,300 euros ($9,122). Unfortunately, the sets are only available in Europe at the moment.