Read the whole story here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/20 ... television" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;3D television's early adopters: To buy or not to buy?
The principal message is: don't hurry to buy one unless you delight in getting the first version of things
by Charles Arthur
Have you bought a digital TV? Dithered over buying a high definition TV, and then wondered whether you were getting any high definition content? Felt puzzled by Blu-ray DVDs, and whether they would look better on your old TV or your HD TV? Get ready for another round of confusion as 3D TV rushes closer – beginning with the World Cup this year, a dedicated Sky Sports channel in 2011 and the Olympics in 2012.
The principal message is: don't hurry to buy one unless you delight in getting the first version of things. Adam May, a producer with 3D producers and consultants Vision 3, says TV companies have started showing interest in making programmes in 3D; but the big push to sell the sets will come this Christmas.
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