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  (Source: playstation3dmonitor.net)
The bundle is priced at $499.99

At this year's E3 Expo in June, Sony announced the PlayStation 3D Display, which is a new LED HDTV with 3D capabilities designed for PS3 gamers. Now, Sony has released the details of a new bundle available to those who preorder the 3D Display.

Those who pre-order will receive a 24-inch 
PlayStation 3D Display, one pair of Universal PlayStation 3D glasses, an HDMI cable, "MotorStorm Apocalypse" on Blu-ray and a copy of "Resistance 3" on Blu-ray as well. 

The price tag for this bundle is $499.99, and customers must place their order by September 30, 2011. 

"With the 3D Display pre-order offer and so many amazing titles coming to PS3 in 3D this holiday, like "Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception," "Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One," "The ICO & Shadow of the Colossus Collection," and more, now is the time to jump into 3D gaming," said Kim Nguyen, marketing manager for PlayStation 3. 

The 
PlayStation 3D Display features a 24-inch LED 3D display with full HD 1080p resolution and 240hz refresh rate. It is specialized for gaming with SimulView technology, which allows for a stereoscopic multiplayer display. There are 3 HD inputs (2 HDMI and 1 component) for your PS3, cable TV box and PC, and it offers built-in speakers as well as a subwoofer. 

The PlayStation 3D Display is due for release in November.



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RE: Size matters
By Denigrate on 8/30/2011 11:25:50 AM , Rating: 4
Great for those who play on a smaller screen in a bedroom and only sit a few feet away.


RE: Size matters
By Malhavoc on 8/30/2011 6:03:15 PM , Rating: 2
I have a smaller screen in my bedroom for gaming. It is a 32" Sharp Aquos 1080p TV that is a few years old.

Like someone else mentioned, at 24" it'd have to sit on my desk.


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