Sony's 3D Ready TV, the Sony BRAVIA HX903, has gone on pre-order for those who want to make sure they get one when it comes out in June.

Although Sony has been cagey to requests as to a price and release date, that hasn't stopped luxury retailer, Harrods, putting one in their shop window with a price tag and delivery date.

The 52-inch model is expected to retail at £2500 and ship in June if not earlier says the shop, although you will need to pay extra for the 3D glasses and a 3D transmitter as the model is only billed as 3D Ready rather than 3D out of the box.  

"We’re really excited to be able to offer our customers the opportunity to see 3D TV first hand as seeing the technology in action is out of this world. 3D is continuing to dominate the headlines and once more, our Sound & Vision department is at the forefront of cutting edge technology", says Sam Zaku, business manager for Sound & Vision at Harrods.

Meanwhile Curry's is also offering the TV as well:

"The Sony 3D TVs will go on general sale and 3D Blu-ray players will be out in time for the World Cup and with a starting price of £1999. The 52-inch will be £2499. To enjoy 3D content, viewers will also require 3D glasses available to purchase separately at £99.99 and a 3D transmitter available at £74.99 at Currys".

The news comes after a busy week for 3D TV that saw Samsung detail US pricing, LG announcing availability of their 3D TVs in the UK and Panasonic getting its offering into Best Buy.