This week saw a lot of coverage of new technology in televisions and displays, mostly centered around Ceatac, the big consumer electronics show in Tokyo. Most of the technology - ranging from 3D to very high-end processors for TVs - has been discussed before, but it remains quite fascinating. However, these features aren't likely to impact the TVs the vast majority of us are going to buy any time soon.
The most coverage went to 3D, with Panasonic in particular making a big push for their upcoming 3D plasma screens. Sony is also committed to shipping a 3D with high-speed LCD sets, and Toshiba, Hitachi and Sharp also showing 3D sets I wrote about a lot of the 3D technology here.
The Next Wave of TV Innovation: 3D