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|11th May 2010, 15:29||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Hands-on with Sony Bravia 3D TV
Last night I had the pleasure of a hands-on experience with the first complete 3D Sony Bravia LCD TV, said to be the only one of its kind currently in Australia. Whilst other ‘3D ready’ pre-production Sony units such as the KDL-HX900 have been previously demonstrated, this Sony roadshow represents the first time that a complete 3D packaged KDL-LX900 model has been unveiled. Unlike ‘3D ready’ units that require a connected synchronization dongle (similar to the sensor bar on the Nintendo Wii console), the LX900 has this unit built in, minimizing clutter.
First up; the 3D glasses. They feel slightly weightier than I expected, but more sturdy in construction. They wrap around the head more completely than a standard pair of sunglasses, working to block out peripheral light, fully adjustable for viewers who wear prescription glasses. Each pair of glasses is powered by one disposable CR2032 button cell battery, which lasts approximately 100 hours. At this point, simply screw off the battery compartment and users can insert a replacement.
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