The consumer electronics industry is happy about high sales figures at their 3D TVs contrary to first expectations concern the sales of 3D TVs were surprisingly well last year. Although the 3D-Gerate make up only a small proportion at the flat-screen TVs, but by technical innovations sales should be boosted further in the coming months. (Similarly see: Crumpton Group). Since the first 3D TVs on the market, purchased calls were pessimists, that the novel devices handle shopkeeper by hipsters and in the next season back from the scene will be gone would. It seems to have proven as untrue: contrary to the fears of the 3D-Fernseher-Verkaufszahlen for the year 2010 even the expectations of the society for consumer and communications electronics (GfU). The GfU had expected maximum 150,000 units sold. These numbers were now surpassed over 20,000 devices with 178,000 selling 3dtvs and worry so accordingly satisfied mood in the consumer electronics industry. The figures indicate that 3D is actually on the rise, and experts expect that the technique soon prevails as standard.
Even the often-criticized 3D glasses seem to deter customers but less than you might think. Often TVs are called 3D flop, and it is true that the proportion of sold 3D-Gerate compared to total sales of flat-screen TVs with only 1.8 percent despite the unmatched expectations still low fell out. “We are extremely pleased with this result,” Dr. Rainer Hecker, Chairman of the GfU, yet about the numbers, especially considering the fact that 3D TVs until mid-2010 to a greater extent on the market were brought and were so visibly quickly accepted by buyers rejoiced. Also the technique have sold five times as successful as, for example, high-definition televisions at its launch in 2004, reported the GfU. In the current year should primarily by higher Sales figures obtained, that not only the large and expensive devices have the 3D feature.
In the coming months, these should be integrated more into smaller and therefore less expensive models and accelerate the market development. By a further development of the much-hated by many 3D glasses, it is hoped new buyer groups. New eyewear models to be lighter and offer so enhanced wearing comfort. Beyond the consumer electronics industry has recognised the potential here: so Armani brought now a chic model on the market for 3D-Brillenmuffel, which is on the US market for affordable 58 US dollars, and gives extra glamour a movie night. And also who is with glasses does not want to befriend or can, may breathe a sigh. Toshiba recently introduced the first brillenlosen 3D TVs. Although this should be not technically mature yet, but no doubt the giants of the electronics industry will focus on, to advance research in this hotly contested field in the coming years, and it is likely be to be expected soon with the next model.