You won't find a 3D TV in my house until units that need no glasses and have decent viewing angles start to come to market. For now, all we can get are the 3D sets like the new offerings from Sony that need active glasses that cost a bundle. Sony's three new 3D ready LED backlit sets include the Bravia 60NX810, the 55NX810, and the 46NX810.
All three of the new sets have integrated WiFi for connecting to the web and streaming content directly to the screen. That web connectivity also provides a link to the new streaming Sony movie service. The 60-inch set will land in September for around $4700. That gets 1080p resolution with a 240Hz refresh rate.
The 55-inch set will cost about $3700 and is also 3D ready with full HD resolution and 240Hz refresh rate. The final set has a 46-inch screen and will cost about $3000 with the same exact features. None of the TVs ship with 3D glasses. The glasses tend to cost in the $200 range per set if you want to go 3D.
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