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Samsung selling 3D TVs in US this month, Sony to follow in June

Early adopters and gaming enthusiasts, prepare to open your wallets.

Samsung, the world's leading manufacturer of flat-screen TVs will begin selling 3D TVs this month, starting with 46 and 55 inch models. Sony Corp. will begin their US sales of 3D TVs in June. The maker of the enormously popular PlayStation 3 game console also plans on releasing 3D gaming software at the same time.

Read the entire article at Reuters, here.


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