XMNR: Best Buy dropped the price of the Playstation 3D Display some more on Sunday setting the 3D TV at its lowest price yet in the United States.
that is such a steal
How is this thing as a computer monitor?
I am using it right now. I set it up as extended monitor and use the TV to watch streamed TV while Skyping with my wife on the PC. It is very good. This is a great TV for college peeps, deployed peeps, or anyone who want s a sharp looking TV. The speakers are good, the 3D is great. I got the Motorstorm bundle and it was worth it.
Just bought online! I will pick mine up when Bestbuy opens
Sony is selling their Uncharted 3 PS3 bundle for $270 http://store.sony.com/webap... That is a great deal I think.
If this thing drops $50 I'm all in. I think its a bit small, but I could maybe use it as a monitor if it drops to $199.
So $250 is not enough of a price drop? It was listed at $500 with $70 second glasses. You would save $320. They took the second pair of glasses away but still 250 is great.
I could use a new monitor, which I have a realistic budget of $150 for. I cant really afford to go $100 over budget for a monitor. I could get a bigger monitor for that price. Its too small to be a television and doesn't have a tuner. Its not my fault the thing was priced too high to begin with. I think $199 would be a sweet price point for a lot of people.
I agree, even at $250 I'm going to pass. I would use it as a computer monitor mainly when I am playing my ps3 on my normal computer monitor (has much better input lag than my samsung un6400d television which I also do not use the 3d function on). The 3d isn't much of a interest to me, but it doesn't hurt that it is there if I ever want to try it, and the speakers also make this thing appealing, but even at $250 it is still to expensive. $199 is a better price for its specs, but I think with the 3d function this will not reach that price point except for maybe a Black Friday sale.
that's a very nice deal!
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