April 07, 2010 by Steve Crowe
We know. You want to watch The Masters in 3D this weekend without the 3D glasses on your face.
Well, we can’t help you there, but StreamTV might soon be able to.
On Amazon.com this morning, 37- ($4,000) and 42-inch ($6,000) 3D TVs showed up from StreamTV and, allegedly, don’t require 3D glasses. [via 3D-Display-Info]
Each model also lists a built-in Blu-ray player, 500GB hard drive, built-in browser, a camera with video-conferencing support, and a wireless keyboard with an integrated mouse.
According to multiple reports, StreamTV is an unknown company that has never released a product. The TVs, due out May 7, are available for pre-order.
Guess you’ll have to cross your fingers if you pre-order one.
Image via EngadgetHD
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