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March 15, 2010

UK Retailers taking 3D orders

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by David Allen

Stores in the UK have begun to take orders for the latest 3D television from Sony.

The company beat LG to become the first manufacturer to put its 3D televisions on sale.

LG’s version will go on sale in May.

Currently consumers can pop along to Currys and place an order for the Sony Bravia HX903 3D TV.

The price has been set at £2,499 for the television, which comes with Freeview HD tuner, 200 Hz panel, four HDMI ports as well as access to the internet for on-demand content.

However this will not be the total price that the consumer has to pay, as 3D glasses are needed.

These will cost around £99.99, and then there is the 3D transmitter priced at £74.99.

A family of four is not going to see much change from £3,000 for the Sony 3D TV set up.

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