Best Buy To Be First Full-HD 3DTV Retailer?

Posted: Feb 26 2010, 3:01pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:45pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
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Best Buy has announced a media event at its New York City store at Union Square, where it will sell its first full HD 3D TV package. It is believed to be the first big-box retailer to do so, according to home theater blog Big Picture Sound.

The bundle will include one of Panasonic's first retail-ready 3D TV with the highest high-def resolution possible. It is likely to also include a 3D-capable Blu-ray Disc player and a surround sound system.

Panasonic approached Best Buy for the event, which will take place March 10. Executives from the TV maker and the electronics retail chain will be on-hand as will press from around the country.

Sony announced plans to showcase 3D TV at its retail stores across the country, but none of them are for sale at this point. See also the new Samsung 3D TVs available for pre-order.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/6" rel="author">Mark Raby</a>
Based in New York City, Mark follows the consumer electronics industry like a hawk. A published book author, he has a particular affinity for 3D technology and video games, and as such will surely be in the market for a new pair of glasses soon. Mark can be contacted directly at mark@i4u.com.

 

 

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