Samsung 3D Glasses SSG-2200AR, SSG-2200KR And SSG-2100AB Listed On Amazon

Posted: Mar 25 2010, 2:05am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:31am CDT , in Shopping Tips


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Active Shutter glasses are necessity to enjoy the 3D experience delivered by the new generation of 3D TVs.
As reported, a free set of two 3D Samsung glasses come with select 3D TV bundles on Amazon.
If you need more glasses then you can choose between three models that Samsung is currently offering.

The top of the line 3D glasses from Samsung are the Samsung SSG-2200AR 3D glasses. These glasses are re-chargeable and sport a different design compared to the SSG-2100AB.
You can pre-order the Samsung SSG-2200AR for $199.99 on Amazon.

The Samsung SSG-2100AB glasses are not re-chargeable and require battery exchange. The Samsung SSG-2100AB 3D glasses are featured in the free 3D pack mentioned above.
On Amazon the SSG-2100AB are available for pre-order for $149.99.

Lastly, if you have young kids, then you need the Samsung SSG-2200KR 3D glasses (photo). The SSG-2200KR are rechargeable and are available for pre-order on Amazon for $179.99.

See also the line-up of Samsung 3D TVs on sale on Amazon.

Via 3D-Display-Info.

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