Sony Bravia HDTVs going 3D at CES 2010?
ZDNet is reporting that Sony has partnered with 3D tech firm RealD to bring 3D technology to Sony Bravia HDTVs and the Playstation 3 Blu-ray player. The latter we've heard about already, mentioned with the release of the Blu-ray 3DTM 3D viewing standard, but the addition of the Bravia line is new.
By adding RealD technology to its products, Sony will enable viewers to watch compatible media in 3D, with the help of special glasses, of course. I would expect some serious product announcements at CES 2010 this coming January in Las Vegas, followed by a massive 3D home theater trend that will take up a heck of alot of headlines during the rest of the year.
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Posted by Justin Davey at December 20, 2009 9:15 AM