PC Mag: If finding the right HDTV wasn't hard enough, now you need to decide if you want to make the leap to 3D. Walk into your local electronics store today and you'll see 3D TVs from Panasonic and Samsung. Last week, Sony announced that you could preorder one of its Bravia 3D LED TVs, and LG, Mitsubishi, Sharp, Vizio, and others will start selling sets the coming months. If you check out an in-store demo, you'll likely be impressed by 3D.
From mobile phones and computers to television, cinema and wearable devices, the display of full-color, wide-angle, 3-D holographic images is moving ever closer to fruition.
Don’t be duped into thinking that sky-high ticket prices mean you’re getting the best possible 3D experience when you go to the movies.
Our snapshot test showed the 3D viewing experience to be far inferior to the standard 2D alternative across the majority of seats.