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LG Launching 3D TVs in May

by Michael D. Ayers, posted Jan 7th 2010 11:02AM
Bringing the third dimension to your living room is fast becoming a reality.

According to Engadget, LG announced yesterday that its 3D-enabled flat screen TVs will go on sale in May. The sets will cost about $200-$300 more than what's currently available, says the Hollywood Reporter.

LG has also announced that it will start selling televisions that integrate its popular web phone.Bringing the third dimension to your living room is fast becoming a reality.

According to Engadget, LG announced yesterday that its 3D-enabled flat screen TVs will go on sale in May. The sets will cost about $200-$300 more than what's currently available, says the Hollywood Reporter.

LG has also announced that it will start selling televisions that integrate its popular web phone.

As we previously reported, the new decade is shaping up to be a big deal for 3D. Discovery, Sony and IMAX have partnered to launch a 3D channel, set to go live in 2011, while ESPN is planning to launch its own 3D channel in June.

Meanwhile, DirecTV has announced that it will be the first provider of 3D content, with three dedicated channels: PPV, DirecTV On Demand and a free 3D sample demo. Content partnerships with FOX, Fox Sports, MTV, HDNet, CBS, TBS, NBC and AEG are said to have been secured for down the line.

Engadget also reports that Sony will follow suit this summer, when they will unveil its yet-to-be-priced line of Bravia TVs that will support 3D in 1080p. The televisions will also have built-in WiFi for streaming capabilities via services or one's home computer.

Suddenly, the future is here.

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