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PS3 3D Display Debuting in the Fall

by Charles PowersAugust 7, 2011

News came across the wire that the PlayStation 3-branded 3D display which was unveiled at E3 this year has been featured on Amazon as well as Target.

The 24″ 3D set displays in 1080p, 240 Hz, and has a backlit HD LED display. It will include a HDMI cable, a pair of 3D glasses, and a copy of MotorStorm Appocalpse.

Now, a lot of sites are reporting this to be an actual television, and they are blatantly wrong, as the display does not include a TV tuner.

“Turn any bedroom, den, or office into a 3D entertainment power suite with the best-in-class PlayStation® 3D Display. The brilliant 24” ultra-slim LED screen delivers all of your HD media by connecting to your PS3™ system, cable TV box, and PC, while built-in speakers and subwoofer fill out the audio experience. Specially enhanced for gaming, SimulView™ technology delivers individual full HD screen action to each player in two-player mode, putting players deeper in the game. Quicker refresh rates keep gameplay continuous and smooth. And with the universal* PlayStation® 3D Glasses and MotorStorm: Apocalypse Game included, true 3D immersion is ready right out of the box. Enter a new dimension of gaming with true PlayStation® 3D.”

[box_dark]What’s the primary difference between a display and TV? The primary difference between a display and a TV is that a TV has an integrated TV tuner. A TV tuner is needed when connecting directly to a TV antenna oranalog cable via a coaxial cable. When connecting to digital cable or satellite TV, a cable TV box is provided by your television service provider. With a display, you can watch TV by simply connecting your cable TV box via an HDMI or component input.[/box_dark]

No word of the relationship with the Resistance 3 3D TV bundle as of yet. The TV is slated to be on shelves on November 26th 2011.

Have you purchased a 3D TV yet and need a cable service to go with it? The latest Direct TV deals are a great service to add to your new 3D TV and what they have to offer for pricing is unbelievable.

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Charles Powers
Charles Powers
Charles is the Founder and Editor In Chief of The Game Fanatics. He works full time as a Senior Producer/Designer at a Houston TV Station and enjoys gadgets, Wheat Thins, and petrichor.