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Excellent build quality, Cool 3D dualgaming feature, Bright, crisp video.
Bundled with 3D glasses and the Motorstorm Apocalypse game, SimulView side-by-side 3D gaming feature is clever.
The PlayStation 3D Display successfully enables two players to see their own individual screens while using SimulView technology. The display comes with two 3D glasses, an HDMI cable, and a copy of MotorStorm: Apocalypse.
Solid picture quality, SimulView is useful and entertaining, Acceptable 3D brightness
Sony does consumer electronics quite well, so it just feels like a quality product; the 1080p resolution looks good, and the 3D is effective, even at that smaller size; sound capabilities are excellent; the TV sounds really good.
Oddlyplaced buttons, Screen is glossy and reflective, Not all games are supported
No remote, Few connection and calibration options, 3D glasses are too dark, SimulView not available on many game titles.
The display's glare is terrible, as the surface reflects nearly everything in sight. The screen's small 23.5-inch size makes it tough to play at far distances and forces the players to sit nearly shoulder to shoulder to get the right effect. There
No remote, Terrible speakers, Small screen size
No remote, or are they really pushing the concept that you should use this thing in a tiny room?; no USB...how do I charge up my 3D glasses? I know, on the PS3, but still; the price tag $500 is a lot of money for a glorified computer monitor.
By 5FWD on April 24, 2012
While Sony is to be commended for building a display to gamers it isn’t quite the entertainment behemoth some will have expected. It offers little in the way of extra features, and since its announcement TVs have gone down in price. Looking...60
By PCWorld New Zealand on April 10, 2012
The idea behind the PlayStation 3D display was nothing short of genius. How long have gamers longed for technology that eliminates other gamers being able to see their moves ("screen-watching") while they play split-screen games together? There's...50
By techcrunch.com on January 02, 2012
Features:24-inch 1080p 3D Display 240Hz Refresh Rate Includes One Game, HDMI Cable, And One Pair Of 3D Glasses Supports Dual-Player Gaming, Each Player Sees a Different Screen MSRP: $499 Pros:Excellent build quality Cool 3D dual-gaming feature...-
By PC Mag on December 20, 2011
The Sony PlayStation 3D Display's SimulView gaming experience is unique and fun, but limited connectivity, the lack of a remote, and a high price for a small screen size make it a bit of a niche purchase....70
By Dvice on December 16, 2011
Sony's PlayStation 3D Display (Photo credit: Raymond Wong/DVICE)There's no shortage of 3D displays and TVs available for purchase these days. To many, the extra couple hundred — or sometimes thousand — bucks isn't worth the extra...-
By GameZone on November 22, 2011
Gaming technology has changed, and now we have high definition televisions, HDMI connections, and 3D viewing options; it’s crazy how far we’ve come. This holiday season, Sony is offering an interesting piece of tech that introduces us to...80
By cnet on November 22, 2011
While there's some pretty impressive technology built inside, the PlayStation 3D Display isn't a very practical device. Its $500 price tag is too much money considering its laundry list of...58
By Destructoid on November 21, 2011
Sony's love for 3D is no secret, with the company being unable to shut up about the gimmick's future potential. In order to show that potential, the company has taken matters into its own hands to create a PlayStation-branded 3D monitor.Designed...-
By Gizmodo on November 14, 2011
An expensive 24-inch 3D HDTV that lets two people see two different images on the same TV. Whoa!...-
By Digital Trends on November 11, 2011
Sony has managed to make a $500, 24-inch display appealing by including some useful accessories, integrating 3D and offering the rather innovative SimulView...70