The LG Infinia
LG’s “excellent” 47-inch Infinia sets the standard for a new wave of high-def TVs. With “passive 3-D” technology, viewers can ditch bulky battery-operated glasses and use more affordable alternatives.
Source: PC Magazine
Oakley’s 3D Gascan
Love or hate the look, you can always count on Oakley’s commitment to “optical precision.” Other eyewear for watching passive 3-D might be a quarter of the price, but these wraparounds deliver unbeatable clarity.
At last, “glasses-free” 3-D gaming on a top-selling handheld console. The extra dimension “adds absolutely nothing to gameplay,” but it does seem to improve the quality of the graphics. “Plus, it’s neat.”
Sony HDR-TD10 Handycam
The smartphone may be killing the stand-alone camcorder, but it still can’t shoot 3-D. This “standout” camera has enough memory for five hours of filming and a 10x zoom for getting into the thick of the action.
You don’t have to own a 3-D TV to want this 3-D-enabled device as your Blu-ray player. It offers “excellent image quality,” a “very simple” user interface, and access to Netflix streaming.