3D HDTV has been talked about for many years now, but there is still no standard or much of any 3D content at all. But none of that has stopped JVC from launching their own 3D LCD HDTV, with the hope of being one of the first in the 3D revolution.
The JVC GD-463D10 is a 46-inch LCD HDTV with a 1080p / Full HD resolution of 1,920 x 1080 pixels, and 2,000:1 contrast ratio.
It also features twin ten-watt speakers, and of course support for 3D content. It’s great to see 3D support on an LCD HDTV, as it’s more commonly found in rear projection TVs.
The JVC GD-463D10 will come with a pair of polarized glasses, needed to see the 3D effect.
It will ship next month in Japan for a hefty price tag of ¥700,000.
There has been an increasing amount of attention on 3D recently, but very little content has filtered though to the general public. So just over $9,000 seems a lot to pay for watching very little 3D.
Update: The GD-463D10 has now been announced by JVC for the U.S market, and should be available very shortly for $9,153.