By Lisa Johnston
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“-ready” - the scariest hyphenate in consumer electronics - is beginning to be indiscriminately slapped to the rear of “3DTV,” officially opening the 3DTV obfuscation season. Or, as Elmer Fudd would put it, it’s “3D-weady season,” which somehow sounds more appropriate.The “-ready” suffix should be familiar to most folks in the CE business. A decade ago, a burst of alleged HDTVs were confusingly labeled “HDTV-ready,” a suffix everyone agreed didn’t mean, forcing the powers-that-be to precisely define “full” HDTV and ordered that HDTVs thus be labeled accurately.
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