07-01-2010 12:11 PM #1HDD Contributor
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Sony's 3D Glasses Are Now Available at $150
Sony states 100 hours of battery life, but you'll have to replace them when they run out since these don't recharge.
07-01-2010 12:30 PM #2
* "replacement batteries sold separately"
notice they are not available yet (nor is any indicationf of the price for them).
07-01-2010 12:48 PM #3
07-01-2010 01:27 PM #4
The way Sony has the write up on their site makes it sound like proprietary crap.
If these use CR123 batts or the like then yeah, that's not bad
07-02-2010 02:06 PM #5Member
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Haha, for a minute I thought the entire pair of glasses needed to be replaced rather than just teh battery. I was going to freak out.
Anyway, replaceable batts is not the best but since it's the case for a lot of products (remotes, etc.), as long as they aren't proprietary it ain't too bad.
07-02-2010 10:55 PM #6
Only 100 hours?
Heck, once 3D gets going, i'd have to be changing my batteries once every few months. Gimme a freakin' break.= 473
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07-03-2010 01:38 PM #7
What a f'ing joke!SONY 55HX800 3D HDTV
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07-04-2010 02:36 PM #8
THAT would be a "f'ing joke".
(Note: I'm not planning at this point to buy $900 worth of 3D glasses & upgrade the TV, Receiver, etc. However, if I was one who did, this would be an example of a product where having built-in rechargeable batteries would NOT be advantageous.)A great day to be BLU...
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07-04-2010 04:52 PM #9Member
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i'll wait till the prices are reduced by 75%or more before getting them
07-06-2010 02:58 PM #10
Pass. Not interested in 3D TV at this time.
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