3D TV prices coming down as quality lifts: glasses are still the drawback
By Stuart Kennedy
THREE-DIMENSIONAL televisions have been on the local market for more than a year and the technology has drifted down from the top end of telly town to the mid-range.
Meanwhile, 3D content has grown from a trickle to a steady stream, although quality varies widely from the immersives high of 3D benchmark Avatar to the very mediocre.
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