The 3D phenomenon has not taken off in such a big way – perhaps the adoption rate is rather slow because the masses don’t really see the need for it – not to mention those 3D systems that rely on active shutter glasses have a higher cost of entry, especially when you want to outfit your family with their own pair of 3D glasses. Well, Nissho Electronics has decided to do something about the situation, doing away with wearing 3D glasses through the BDL5231-3D2R. That is certainly quite the mouthful to pronounce (let alone remember), but this 52″ glasses-free 3D TV is capable of delivering full HD resolution without compromising on quality.

Among the other hardware specifications of this 3D HDTV include a 60Hz refresh rate, a 2,000:1 contrast ratio, 700cd/m2 brightness, an 8ms response time and a rather expensive price tag of $20,850. Currently available in Japan, we do wonder whether this puppy will be able to make it Stateside in due time – guess we will just have to wait on the FCC’s website to find a filing, no?

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