Small Is Beau­ti­ful

Gadgets and Gizmos (India) - - TEST BENCH - By Nidhi Sin­gal

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.

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