First of Sony's 3D Bravia TV range on sale tomorrow

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Get ready; as of tomorrow, Sony’s 3D bombardment will begin, as their brand-spanking new range of 3D-capable Bravia TVs hit stores.

The KDL-HX803 is their first 3D TV set out of the starting blocks. Using active shutter technology and a separate 3D transmitter, the 1080p, 200Hz screen will be in shops tomorrow. Available in 40 and 46 inch sizes, the KDL-HX803 also features a built-in Freeview HD tuner and Sony’s Bravia internet service to access catch-up TV and YouTube, among others.

Hold out until July though and you’ll be able to pick up Sony’s flagship KDL-LX903 TV, which will be fully 3D out of the box thanks to an inbuilt 3D transmitter, as well as shipping with two pairs of 3D glasses.

Sony are also prepping plenty of new 3D content to go along with the screens, from 3D games, to concerts and movies.

Blu-ray players will also be getting 3D tech in the BDV-S470 and BD-S570 models, as well as the BDV-E370 and BDV-E870 home cinema kits.

Gerald Lynch
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