Read the whole story here: http://www.smh.com.au/digital-life/home ... -p1rr.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;Revolution in 3D set to transform television
by Karl Quinn
The race to bring 3D TV to Australia is on, with Sony yesterday demonstrating two models it plans to have on sale by July, just days after Panasonic unveiled its 3D rival.
But Samsung is likely to have the first 3D TV on sale in Australia in April. The company expects to release 3D LCD, LED and plasma sets by mid-year, which is also when Panasonic expects to have models in store. It is believed they will cost the same as upper-range high-definition digital TVs.
Sony yesterday demonstrated two 3D models in Sydney. The top-of-the-range LX 900 Bravia features an integrated 3D sensor. The next-tier HX 800 and 900 models are what the company calls "3D ready", meaning they will display 3D with an add-on piece of hardware, at additional cost.
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