The company's least-expensive 3D-compatible TV announced at the show uses an LED backlight, like most 3D-compatible LCDs. Unlike those of most makers, Samsumg's models can convert 2D content to 3D (we can't wait to check that one out).
Along with Panasonic, Sony was the only maker to specify the inclusion of the requisite 3D glasses with its TV. This flagship model also gets a few nice extras, although it doesn't have local dimming.
Speaking of pricing, though the damage on the U.S. version of the Cell TV wasn't announced, its Japanese brother costs $11 grand. 3D capability--complete with 2D to 3D conversion for existing content--is just the tip of the Toshiba's features iceberg, which was impressive enough to earn it one of our three Best of CES nominations.