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PlayStation 3D Display will blow Your Mind

GamerFitNation's BlackBible got a chance to Interview Abby Senior PR specialist for Playstation hardware about PlayStation's 3D display.

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jacksheen00002309d ago

No sound on the video...sucks

NAGNEWS2308d ago

the sound is good, but something about the video, is that a whore?

FAGOL2308d ago (Edited 2308d ago )

accident

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blumatt2309d ago

lol Racist much? haha j/k Anyway, this display does look nice. I do wish it was around the 32" inch size instead of a mere 24" though.

Micro_Sony2309d ago

I think he has a point.

HHG always says the same thing and kisses the people arse that he is interviewing just to get free swag.

Welshy2308d ago (Edited 2308d ago )

@blumatt

i would also prefer a 32"+ display, but ithink they are trying to introduce 3D to those who dont have thousands of pounds (dollars for you yanks =P) and lots of space to place a huge TV.

There are already Bravia TV's along with pretty much every other big TV manufacturer fighting in the 32"+ 3D department.

Was a very clever idea actually, they literally have no competition in that display size catagory for 3D.

BakedGoods2308d ago

How was his comment racist?

BISHOP-BRASIL2308d ago

@TheFaceless

And that's the problem.

I'm not really poor, but sure as hell I'm not rich, HDTVs cost a lot of money in Brazil (for reference, today a 42" 3DTV with passive shutters runs around R$4500, that's around 2800US$) and I live on a small apartment right now. So I probably apply to the demographics Sony is aiming for.

Making a cheaper 3D TV to get people into 3D is a great idea and one I'm looking for. But if you are making it to people with limited budget they sure as hell are not going to have multiple high quality HDTVs laying around their house... If they are going to spend that kind of money, they want it to shine on their living room. The bedroom can do with a SDTV in order to save for the living room.

My first HDTV was a 32" 720p LCD without the digital TV sintonizer in 2007. I could had bought a smaller TV with better features but I didn't wanted a TV smaller for a room where I entertain friends. Now I just bought a new TV, a 32" non-3D 1080p LED with plenty of features, I could have waited for the incoming smaller 3DTVs that may come at similar price, but I decided to just stick to my TV for sometime, awaiting for living room sized 3DTVs to further come down in price.

Now we could argue about space and what each individual likes in his room. Personally I'm kind of methodic, even if it could fit my budget, I'm avoiding a 42" right now because it's too big for my living room. Obviously I'm just as methodic for a smaller TV, 32" is just the right size for my sofa sitting 7~8ft apart from the TV. But don't really matter how small someone's apartment is or what's his taste, I'm yet to see people using 24" HDTVs on their main TV room.

As I said, I'll try to hold my current TV... But I'm about to move out for a bigger house and I really want to play Team Ico Collection and The Last Guardian in 3D, so I don't know for how long I'll hold myself, but one thing I know for sure, I'm not investing on a small 3DTV before I get a big 3DTV.

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CaptainMarvelQ82309d ago

this guy is actually funny and not like HHG acting all 'gangster' and stuff

Sarcasmology2309d ago

My mind will be blown when other parts of my body can be blown.

egidem2309d ago (Edited 2309d ago )

You're exactly 2 hours late dude, Derek-Flint beat you to the joke. Sorry.

blumatt2308d ago

Yeah, too bad there's not a bubble down option for "Late to the Party" or "Unoriginal Joke". lol

Sarcasmology2308d ago

You expect me to read comments not directed to me? Sorry...I typically read articles.

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