Is it the way of the future? Tech companies would like to think that HD 3D gaming will be an excuse to spark a new round of consumers spending. Microsoft looks to be stitching up a deal with electronics giant LG to partner in the 3D gaming space.
New LG TVs will be the first on the Australian market to provide direct access to Telstra's BigPond Movies service.
A news report says LG will sell 3D glasses for only AUD $79, making them much cheaper than the reported US $150 Samsung will charge US consumers for 3D glasses, but with no 'standard' for active-shutter 3D glasses, will LG's glasses work properly with other brands?
Nah mate, not needed. NBN Co has it all under control. ;=)
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