Why Aren’t There More 3D Tablets? [Headlines]

Why Aren’t There More 3D Tablets? [Headlines]

There seems to be a deficit in the market for 3D tablets, only one model in Hong Kong appears to be gaining popularity.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 9 january 2012

Despite the ongoing influx of 3D-capable TVs, cell phones, and other devices over the last several years, one item has been curiously missing from the mix: 3D tablets.

Surprisingly, one of the only retailers selling one widely is Hong-Kong based Brando, a mass maker of consumer electronics accessories. The retailer is offering a Gadmei T863 3D tablet for only $199 that runs Android 2.3 on an 8-inch glasses-free 3D capable lenticular display (1,280×768). It has a single 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera, and support for a wide variety of 2D and 3D photo and video formats. C Net

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