Portland, OR (PRWEB) April 25, 2012
CTL™ announced today that they will be introducing Nexus® internet-connected 3D televisions to the market this year. The new line of Nexus® TVs will utilize IPTV, or Internet Protocol Television, also known as broadband TV. IPTV describes a system for your television set to receive and display a video stream encoded as a series of Internet Protocol packets, functioning much like your computer. The result is a higher quality and more interactive television experience. Unlike satellite TV, IPTV is not affected by poor weather conditions or proximity to tall buildings and trees. IPTV has a number of advantages over conventional cable, including high-speed internet access, video on demand, hundreds of channel choices, interactive features such as social media apps, and many more benefits that traditional cable does not provide.
The new Nexus® TVs will range in size from 42'' to 65'' and have both HDTV 2D and 3D capabilities. Each unit will come equipped with two pairs of 3D glasses in order to experience the excitement of a 3D movie theater at home. Online media services such as Vudu, which has the largest online collection of 3D movies, Netflix, and DirectTV have been increasing their available 3D collections. NBC will even be broadcasting the 2012 Summer Olympic Games from London in 3D!
In addition to 3D viewing, CTL's new Nexus® TVs will allow gamers the ability to play 3D games with vivid animations and realistic atmospheres. Gamers can play the latest 3D games from their Xbox 360 or Playstation 3, or use the IPTV connectivity to access 3D games online.
CTL's new Nexus® TVs come Vudu enabled, with access to hundreds of apps to make it possible to enjoy some of the same functions on your televisions that you do with your computer, including facebook, twitter, Pandora online radio, flickr photo sharing, and much more. Using your remote control, you can update your status, share a review of the show you just watched, browse photos or listen to online radio.
All the new CTL™ Nexus® TVs will have a 1080p Full HD resolution with suggested retail prices ranging from $500 to $1600.
Founded in 1989, CTL™ designs and manufactures computer products including desktop and mobile workstations, LED Monitors, and high performance servers. CTL™ also manufactures specialty devices including ruggedized tablets, slates, and high definition LED televisions. CTL’s brands include the popular 2go PC™ and Nexus® Electronics.
Headquartered in Portland, Oregon with offices in Asia, CTL™ and their partners supply North American consumers, government agencies, and many of the most recognized corporate brands. For more information about CTL™, please visit http://www.ctl.net.