Sony Unveils Timeframe for 3D Products
Timeline revealed for 3D HDTVs, Blu-ray players, PS3, network service, movies and games.
As part of the “Everything You Need to Know About 3D” Webinar, Sony unveiled a loose timeline for its 3D product launches.
While Sony isn’t totally tied down to specific dates, according to Arturo Jordan, product planning manager for Home Division at Sony, the general timeframes for its 3D products are:
Sony Bravia HDTVs - July
Blu-ray Players: - September
PS3 - July
Vaio - No target date
Blu-ray Movies: - Five 3D titles will be available by July and 30-40 titles out by November
Games - July
PlayStation Network Services - July
Front Projectors - No target date
Download the “Everything You Need to Know About 3D” to learn more.
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