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Samsung world's lightest 3D specs coming in March

Samsung world's lightest 3D specs coming in March

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Samsung and manufacturing partner Silhouette have confirmed that their world's lightest 3D specs are going to be available in March. Weighing in at just 27g, the SSG-3700CR models also offer an option for prescription lenses, as well as having a harmonious... >>

Trendy tech: Armani 3D glasses

Trendy tech: Armani 3D glasses

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Armani Exchange has added to ever-growing pile of trendy 3D specs by releasing the A|X 3D eyewear. The unisex bins are of the 80s navigator style and have a crystal grey plastic front and sleek shiny black metal temples.  They are designed to fit in... >>

Del Rey & Co. unleashes stylish Lexington 3D glasses

Del Rey & Co. unleashes stylish Lexington 3D glasses

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If CES showed us anything, it was that passive 3D TVs for the home are set to make more of an impact in 2011. Several manufacturers, including LG and Toshiba, signalled their intentions to usher-in a new era of affordable passive 3D TVs that use the same... >>

Geek chic: Oakley 3D eyewear - Tron Legacy edition

Geek chic: Oakley 3D eyewear - Tron Legacy edition

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3D specs aren't cool. That's just the way it is we're afraid. Even when fashion-specialists like Oakley produce 3D specs, you're hardly likely to win any style prizes. But hang on, what's this? Tron: Legacy limited edition Oakley 3D eyewear? Now you're... >>

Moshka 3D aviator glasses - the height of geek chic

Moshka 3D aviator glasses - the height of geek chic

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To be honest, 3D would take-off a little more quickly should you not have to strap tatty plastic specs to your face. Or so Moshka believes, coming up with a far more fashionable alternative to the RealD cheap and bendy glasses that you find in 3D cinemas... >>

Xpand Universal 3D Glasses

Xpand Universal 3D Glasses

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We finally clapped our peepers on the long-awaited Xpand universal 3D glasses at the recent IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin. The active shutter specs have been designed so that they can be used with any brand of 3D television, unlike the glasses... >>

Cineworld offers 3D Aviator specs for fashionistas

Cineworld offers 3D Aviator specs for fashionistas

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The worst thing about 3D cinema is the massive headache it gives and the nausea that accompanies that. The second worst thing is that you have to wear 3D glasses that make it look as if you want an extras role on the next Blade movie. But this is set... >>

Panasonic trials all-in-one 3D plasma TVs in Japan

Panasonic trials all-in-one 3D plasma TVs in Japan

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Consumer electronics giant Panasonic has treated Japan with two new Full HD plasma TVs. However, these are not your common or garden tellies: not only are they 3D, they have a 3D Blu-ray deck built into the side, and a hard drive installed for recording... >>