The London Telegraph has published a preview story for CES 2010 in which it indicates that consumer-ready 3D TVs and thin LED-backlit LCD screens will be all the rage.
According to the Telegraph:
This year is likely to be dominated once again by 3D TV. It was the big story at the 2009 show, but the key difference this time around is that the likes of Sony and Panasonic will be showing off the 3D television sets that ordinary consumers will be able to buy later in the year.Indeed, televisions are always one of the main attractions at CES. Korean manufacturer LG will show off the world’s thinnest LCD television, which measures just 2.6mm thick – 1.3mm thinner than the previous ‘record holder’, made by arch rivals Samsung.