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Toshiba Says Death to 3d Glasses!

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Sales of 3D TVs for the home have not been that great. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out the reasons why. The 3D TVs on the market right now are expensive, and the active glasses most of them require are expensive too. Many consumers have just been holding out and waiting for sets that don’t need glasses to land.

We know the tech for 3D with no glasses is there thanks to Nintendo and others. The good news is that if you have been holding out for a 3D TV, Santa may want to pack one up for your Christmas gift. Toshiba is reportedly set to offer three new TVs that support 3D without needing glasses.

We have no hard details on the sets at the moment, but my money says the three models will only differ in screen size. The sets will reportedly cost “several thousand dollars” and will land in time for Christmas. Maybe it’s time to start saving!

[via AFP]



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