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Sony Personal 3D Viewer hits Harrod’s in London

Sony‘s Personal 3D Viewer has gone on sale a couple of weeks early at Harrod’s, one of London’s most iconic stores. Sony’s HMZ-T1 feature two 0.7 inch, ultra-small high definition colour OLED displays (1280 x 720), giving the impression of a 750 inch 3D cinema screen. Audio is supplied through two ear pieces, and the […]

Oct 26, 2011 | By Luxuo

Sony 3D Viewer Harrods

Sony‘s Personal 3D Viewer has gone on sale a couple of weeks early at Harrod’s, one of London’s most iconic stores.

Sony’s HMZ-T1 feature two 0.7 inch, ultra-small high definition colour OLED displays (1280 x 720), giving the impression of a 750 inch 3D cinema screen.

Audio is supplied through two ear pieces, and the device promises a virtual 5.1 surround sound experience.

“The Personal 3D Viewer really is a new way to experience films and games in 3D,” said James Forrester, Category Marketing Manager for Home Video, Sony UK.

“Our goal was to recreate the cinema experience, in an immersive, personal headset. The clarity of sound and picture that the Personal 3D Viewer is able to deliver makes it just like a mini-cinema that’s just for you.”

If you’re desperate to get your hands on a pair, head on down to Harrod’s before they’re all gone. Price: £800 ($1,250).

3D Viewer Harrods


 
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