In-Stat: All TVs 40 inches and Up Will Be 3D-Enabled
May 17, 2011
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.: Despite waning public enthusiasm, the 3DTV set
market is poised to grow by a factor of five this year, In-Stat predicts.
“Over the next few years, a greater percentage of large-screen TV sets will
ship with the 3D feature,” In-State’s Michelle Abraham said. “We expect 100
percent of all 40-inch and above DTV sets will eventually be 3D-enabled. This
will not only cause shipments of 3DTV sets to increase, but will also grow the
number of households worldwide with 3DTV sets. 3D content providers need not
worry that consumers will be unable to view their content.”
Recent In-Stat research found the following:
Households with 3DTV sets will eclipse 300 million in 2015.
In 2011, Europe will have the most 3DTV unit shipments at just over 7 million.
By 2015 Asia/Pacific will have the largest share of 3D TV unit shipments at 32
The forecast stacks up beside another form DisplaySearch in Santa Clara,
Calif., which recently said 3DTVs would account for about one-third of 120 Hz
LCD sets in 2011. DisplaySearch said 3DTV penetration would increase as the 3D
feature is added to more basic models in the coming years.
Deborah D. McAdams
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