Sony Announces The Release Of Seven LED 3DTVs

June 9, in 3d

Last year, Sony said that they would make 3DTV available to the general consumer. Now they’re poised to make good on that promise with the release of seven television sets equipped with 3D capability.

However, only two of these models actually have 3D built into them beforehand and they’re the 52-inch and 60-inch Bravia XBR-HX909 series. Meanwhile, the rest of the LED 3DTVs were made in sizes ranging from 40 to 55 inches and the price range is between $2100 and $4000. Of course, you’re required to acquire the Sony active shutter glasses, which cost $150 and the sync transmitter going for $50. You’ll need them to give the full 3D effect on these new television sets.

For their part, Sony is offering us another option in a market that Samsung and Panasonic have staked their claims on with an iron fist. While their models might be cost-competitive, Sony’s new products will still require customers to dig deep into their wallets. But the good news is you get a free copy of Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs and Deep Sea with your purchase. The 3DTVs are currently available by pre-sale and they’ll be hitting the stores next month.


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