Faster than a speeding HDTV bullet!
In fact, faster than you can say, 3D TV, three times fast!
Family home entertainment is about to get better with the fast-approaching launch of the Sony LCD 3D-Ready Television. Though not the first 3D television on the market, it is highly anticipated to be the best in this category. The new normal-looking Sony LCD television set will have 3D-ready capability to play 3D Blue-ray discs with the ease of a command.
That's right, you and your family may never leave the couch again once you've watched “Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs” flying at you in your own living room. The sports fanatic in your home will be holding back from flying across the room trying to catch an out-of-bounds ball during the World Cup this summer. And, the gamer dwelling in the game cave will be immersed in the dungeons of 3D video games to his or her delight.
As a Hollywood observer, I'm personally looking forward to the day when we can watch the Oscars in 3D. I can envision movie stars' gowns slapping my face as I assess their Red Carpet look. Or, having to back-up from the set as Mariah Carey walks by in her revealing one-size-too-small gown. It would make for a far more entertaining Awards TV production.
Admittedly, I'm not your usual gadget-happy gal, but after examining the picture from behind the Sony 3D goggles, I was taken aback by the image quality of the Sony 3D TV; immaculate, crisp and clear, not at all cheesy as I skeptically thought it would be.
Wearing Sony's prototype 3D glasses are required to view the full effect of this TV marvel, and instantly draw you into the picture which you will find hard to abandon once you've tried it. However, it does mean you'll need a new set. (Prices and models are not yet available, but will be published soon. Televisons will become available early summer of 2010!)
If you have time, experience Sony's outstanding 3D-ready television at a Sony Style Store. I'm confident you'll agree this could be a fantastic addition to the family home entertainment collection!
I was not compensated for this review. Only invited by Sony to preview the new television.