3D film buffs out there might want to take note that Vizio has begun to ship its largest 3D-capable TV, the XVT3D650SV, a 65-inch TV that uses passive 3D glasses instead of active shutters. While passive 3D glasses aren’t as advanced as active shutters, the good news is that they don’t produce the same flicker-based eyestrain, don’t use batteries, and are also cheap enough to produce that Vizio can bundle four pairs into the box. The TV is an LED-backlit unit that features a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio, built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi and Internet app support such as Netflix and Vudu. The availability of five HDMI ports means that you’ll be able to attach several modern home theater hardware devices. The TV should be available before the end of the month at Vizio’s online store as well as some retailers. The site currently lists the TV at $3,700, though it will likely be priced at $3,500 eventually.
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