South Korean electronics manufacturer, LG, is including a new projector in its triple-launch of pioneering 3D hardware, in a attempt to gain a strong foothold in the swiftly developing area.

The CF3D projector is able to boast being the world's first ever polarized glasses-compatible 3D projector. The new machine is capable of transmitting full HD 3D images through a single lens, throwing out pictures of up to 200-inches in size with a 3D brightness rating of 1250 ANSI lumens (2500 in 2D) and with a 7,000:1 contrast ratio.

Where LG's effort to gain a commanding position in the market really shows through is the generous inclusion of six pairs of polarised glasses in the package. This makes the model an ideal purchase for family viewing.

Being launched in line with the projector is the LG R590 3D notebook computer, which features TriDef real-time 2D-to-3D video conversion software and includes a pair of cinema-standard 3D glasses. These features lie alongside the customary features of any high-end laptop these days, including a 15.6 inch display and Intel Core i7 processor, a NVIDIA GeForce GT335M graphics card, and 1GB of dedicated DDR3 video memory.

The third item of the triumvirate is the W63D monitor, which is being pitched squarely at gamers. Operating in full HD, it has a 70,000:1 contrast ratio and 120 Hz refresh rate, also featuring a "G-Mode" gaming option, which intelligently controls brightness to reduce eye-strain.

All three items are expected to be rolled out globally over the coming months.