Sony certainly wants to bring stereoscopic 3D to your living room in many ways possible, and among the methods it has used would be to introduce the PlayStation 3D TV – a new PlayStation-branded 3D display. At the moment, 3D TVs tend to be far more expensive compared to a regular LED TV in the market, but Sony hopes to lower the entry price point by introducing a smaller 3D display – hoping that by doing so, this particular strategy will be able to entice a wider range of potential buyers who might just want to get the next big thing in their living rooms.
Sony has already confirmed that the 24″ display will retail for $499 when it arrives, where that price point will ship with a single pair of wireless 3D glasses, not to mention the customary HDMI cable to keep the display company. The PlayStation 3D TV from Sony has also been confirmed to arrive at the UK and Europe this autumn, retailing for €499 and £499, depending on which country you’re residing in. Guess it would be better to just import one from the US, no?
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