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    Sony set to release 3D TVs by end of 2010


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      Sony chief Howard Stringer's will announce tomorrow at IFA 2009 that 3D BRAVIA HDTVs will be on sale by the end of 2010.

      According to the report, the company is making a huge push into the third dimension, with 3D BRAVIA HDTVs hitting the retail channels by the end of 2010. Also on the menu is 3D-compatible PlayStation 3 titles (which we've kind of heard before), VAIO laptops, and Blu-ray movies, but it's unclear from the article if they shares the same 2010 timeline. Polarized glasses will be required for use, but hey, just consider it a fashion statement.
      Sony to debut 3D BRAVIA TVs by end of 2010, also eyeing 3D VAIOs, Blu-ray films, and PS3 games?

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      Hopefully the glasses for the 3D TV BRAVIA series don't resemble Sony's video glasses because the guy wearing these will not be getting nooky any time soon,


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      Quote Originally Posted by Aaron62 View Post
      Hopefully the glasses for the 3D TV BRAVIA series don't resemble Sony's video glasses because the guy wearing these will not be getting nooky any time soon,

      These TV come with 2 pair so if you need more be prepared to shell out $100 for each additional pair. Sorry no go for me. This whole 3-D TV thing is lame.

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      Quote Originally Posted by BCF68 View Post
      These TV come with 2 pair so if you need more be prepared to shell out $100 for each additional pair. Sorry no go for me. This whole 3-D TV thing is lame.
      Have you seen Avatar yet? I haven't, but I maintain the stance that I'm not for anything that sacrifices picture quality in the name of effects.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Aaron62 View Post
      Have you seen Avatar yet? I haven't, but I maintain the stance that I'm not for anything that sacrifices picture quality in the name of effects.
      Nope I haven't and I'm not paying $12 or more to see a movie.

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      I haven't seen Avatar yet, either, and I'm not sure the 3D TV craze is gonna succeed.

     

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