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Toshiba introduces 3D display at CES 2006
Photo: Company [Jan 9, 2006]

Toshiba's introduced display technology at CES 2006 that delivers the power of 3D images on flatbed displays with no need for special glasses. New areas of 3D application realized by the technology include arcade games, e-learning, simulations of buildings and landscapes-even 3D menus in restaurants, according to the company. Toshiba has already announced 24-inch and 15.4-inch displays, and CES will see the debut of the latest model, a 7.2-inch small-size display that shows how Toshiba is bringing 3D capabilities to mobile applications.

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