Small Is Beautiful
CALL IT WHAT you like, “the world’s smallest 3D TV” or a computer monitor, the AOC Razor 3D LED TV is a great catch at its price – ` 19,990. It uses passive 3D technology which eliminates the need for those batterypowered active shutter 3D glasses which can be a pain to wear. The box comes with four pairs of passive 3D glasses that let you enjoy multiple hours of viewing 3D content. Setting up the TV is easy. The Full HD screen produces sharp colours and high contrasts and the images appear natural. The 3D images have enjoyable depth but only while viewed from fairly close quarters. There is a direct 3D key on the remote to convert and watch 2D content with 3D effects. But the experience is truly enjoyable only with real 3D content. The TV is equipped with Dream Surround Sound that claims to create an immersive sound with rich bass but it appeared only average. It has a USB port on the side that can be used to play multimedia content. The refresh rate is acceptable and it can play heavy 3D games with ease.