Sony 3D Gaming Display Launches Sunday

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Foster City, Calif. -

Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA)

said Friday it is shipping its Sony 3D Display through retailers nationwide and will officially go on sale Nov. 13.

The 24-inch 3D Display comes bundled with 3D glasses, an HDMI cable and a copy of the 3D Blu-ray Disc game MotorStorm Apocalypse, to help  PlayStation3 game system owners quickly set up for 3D entertainment action.

The 3D Display ($500 suggested retail) utilizes a new proprietary technology called SimulView, in which two-player mode is enhanced by delivering FullHD screen action to each individual player, rather than a split screen.

The display features an ultra-thin LED backlit, FullHD LCD screen, and quad-speed frame sequential technology to present 3D images that Sony calls "extremely realistic."

The 1080p panel has a 240Hz refresh rate, three HD inputs (two HDMI and one component), built-in speakers and subwoofer, and a pair of 3D glasses ($70 suggested retail when sold separately) with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery.


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