If a TV doesn’t have a smart interface, it’s missing out on the web, and if it doesn’t have 3D, it’s missing out on a movie experience. Teac, however, would like people to know its new TVs have no problem having both.
To make this happen, Teac has two options as far as 3D goes, and one for the smart interfaces.
For 3D, the company will be rolling out passive 3D panels for the 42 and 55 inch TVs part of its LES 72 3D Smart TV range. The panels look to be the same sort used by LG, meaning the “DualPlay” glasses making it possible for two gamers to play on one TV also work here, though Teac has renamed it “Duo Play.” Four pairs of regular 3D glasses are included in the box — the same type used at the movies — with two pairs of Duo Play glasses also present.
A slightly bigger TV is also available, bringing the size to 65 inches, though this switches to active 3D technology, with only two pairs of these in the box. Extra active glasses cost $55 each.
All three TVs come with Android, though, making up the “smarts” of each telly, with Google’s Android 4.2 “Jelly Bean” present and capable of running a web browser, social networking, and apps. Skype can also run here, because while the TVs lack a built-in webcam, you can plug in a USB camera to video conference.
“We at Teac Australia believe that our intuitive Teac Android Smart system not only presents our most advanced technology to date but is also one of the most incredibly comprehensive TV models with a number of very special features that offer truly all-in-one entertainment,” said Daniel Seow, Teac Australia’s Senior Product and Marketing Manager.