Sony Brings Out Promos to Make 3D TV Bearable to the Pocket

Sony Brings Out Promos to Make 3D TV Bearable to the Pocket
July 07 01:08 2010 Print This Article

With the economy in a wreck and unemployment still high, Sony insists we should buy 3DTV because it’s “in 3D,” which is why they come up with promos to make you buy a Bravia HX8000.

For instance, buy the new Sony 3DTV and you get two pairs of 3D glasses, the transmitter, copies of “Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs” and “IMAX Deep Sea 3D” on 3D Blu-ray, four 3D PS3 games, and a Blu-ray home theater-in-a-box. A US$340 value, yours absolutely free.

This makes the 46-inch model cost $2,429, while the 54.6-inch model is now $3.059. Still too expensive.

Source: CrunchGear

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  1. 3D TV Review
    July 07, 13:18 #1 3D TV Review

    Thank you for the 3d tv info …..

    Three Dimensional home television programing is going to be the next big thing since HD and Blueray! Computer users have been cutting their teeth with 3D for a year, with Nvidia’s 3D technology but it has not reached the mass market yet.

    With more and more films being made in 3D it is only a matter of time before this technology reaches the wide market place. 3D has undergone a tremendous resurrection in the public’s consciousness. Block busters such as Avatar, paved the way introducing new technology to film makers.

    This year alone in Hollywood movies you will see close to 80 films in 3D HD come out.

    Companies such as Sony, Samsung, and LG are making 3D televisions right now for consumers homes.

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  2. bkrudy
    July 08, 00:40 #2 bkrudy

    Fantastic, but how is it feasible to buy a 3DTV if a DVR/TiVo won’t play back in 3D?

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