Sony® 3D Display finally gets an official release date
We all have been hearing, for quite some time now, about how Sony is boasting about the 3D Display and that the future of home entertainment and gaming will be taken over by it. Finally, our wait is over and Sony 3D Display gets the release date for Japan, further followed by the date of release in the U.K. and then in the U.S.
The 24-inch 3D Display was first unleashed at the E3 Conference, a few months ago and has finally got the releasing dates. Well, you need not to wait for long; very soon you can pick up one for yourself from your nearest retail store. Markets of Japan will have it for sale as early as on November 11, 2011, followed by the U.K. and the U.S. markets by November 13.
The all new 24-inch 3D Display is a fully power-packed LCD, which not only displays traditional 3D movies and other series, but also supports the gaming content from Sony PlayStation 3 server. A full HD resolution –1920*1080 pixel and 176 degree of viewing angle form the main part of the superior display features. The sub woofer gives a high-quality of sound output as well.
All you need to do is – shell out $500 for this 3D Display, along with a pair of 3D glasses worth $70, an HDMI cable, and a copy of MotorStorm Apocalypse - the 3D racing video game.
The icing on the cake is the SimulView, which enables two users to see their unique 2D full screen image at the same time, by wearing respective 3D glasses. There isn’t any need for a split screen. Talking about the 3D glasses, Sony said that three minutes of charge would provide a backup for three hours to the glasses.
With these exclusive features, Sony 3D Display is expected to sell like hot cakes and the statements made by Sony are expected to come true.