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Samsung 3D glasses
Mark Peters : June 3th 2011 - 12:15 CET
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SamsungSamsung 3D TV glasses : Samsung announced the launch of a new website which will allow Samsung to directly fullfill its previously announced free 3D glasses promotion, which offered two pairs of Samsung 3D glasses with all consumer purchases of 2011 model Samsung 3D TVs purchased during the promotion period. For consumers who purchase a 2011 Samsung 3D TV from an authorized Samsung retailer between April 24 and June 25, 2011, and do not otherwise receive 3D glasses from that retailer (either as part of the 3D glasses promotion or as part of a 3D Starter Kit provided by the retailer with select TV models), Samsung will provide 2 pairs of 3D battery glasses to the consumer.

Samsung 3D glasses

Samsung 3D glasses
The “two free 3D glasses” promotion from Samsung will end June 25, 2011. Details for a new 3D glasses promotion will be announced prior to June 26th. To make a claim, eligible customers should visit the Samsung 3D glasses website. All claims must be submitted within 90 days of purchase and must include proof of purchase. See site for additional rules and details. Samsung also has lowered prices on its complete line of 3D glasses.

3D TV glasses

Samsung 3D TV glasses
Samsung SSG-3100GB - Battery-operated 3D Active glasses - Price $49.99
Samsung SSG-3300CR - Compact Size Rechargeable 3D Active glasses - Price $129.99
Samsung SSG-3300GR - Rechargeable 3D Active glasses - Price $129.99
Samsung SSG-3700CR - Ultra-light Rechargeable 3D Active glasses - Price $149.99

Active 3D glasses

Samsung Active 3D glasses
Samsung’s 3D Active technology delivers a no-compromise 3D experience. Unlike other approaches to 3D, Active 3D Technology delivers up to double the resolution for an immersive, Full HD image (1080p picture for each eye), a wider viewing angle and no black lines interfering with the picture.

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