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Here's what you can expect from Sony, Samsung, LG and Panasonic
by Claudine Beaumont
Sony’s new range of Bravia 3D LCD televisions are compatible with Sky’s forthcoming 3D channel. If you already have a Sky HD box and a 3D TV, you’ll be able to enjoy sporting and arts events in 3D. If not, you’ll need another 3D “input source”, such as a 3D Blu-ray player.
Price: TV from around £2,300, glasses around £100 per pair
Availability: June launch, pre-orders being taken now
Samsung’s 3D televisions will be available with plasma, LCD or LED displays. They will also feature Samsung’s Internet@TV service – connect it to your home broadband network via Ethernet or Wi-Fi, and access BBC iPlayer, movie rental service LoveFilm and photo-sharing site Picasa through your television. All Samsung’s 3D TVs will be compatible with Sky’s 3D service, and Samsung is also making 3D Blu-ray players.
Price: TV from £2,300 for TV. Glasses around £100 each, comes with two free pairs
Availability: On sale later this month
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