3D TV Wrap Up

Panasonic is one of the first companies to offer 3D TV, and its range includes the Viera Neo Plasma HD 50-inch 1080p TV. This plasma also includes Panasonic's VieraCast network connectivity option, which will work wirelessly with any VieraCast-enabled Blu-ray player or other media device.

Samsung's Internet@TV feature comes as standard, which links to Internet content and also gives access to YouTube, Picassa and a host of other applications.

It has HDMI ports, two USB slots, and Ethernet connection so you can connect to all your home-based AV components, multimedia devices and of course, the web. LGs Infinia line of LED TVs includes the 55-inch flagship, the Infinia LE9500, which features LG’s new NetCast Entertainment Access, which will allow Skype and programme recording straight onto your TV.

The LG Infinia LE9500 supports full 3D TV playback. These televisions also include USB and HDMI ports for fast connectivity, Skype software, and 3D technical support.

More specifications on the Panasonic, Samsung  and LG TVs can be found online.