August 26, 2010 by Tom LeBlanc
3D was the thing at Sony‘s New York product showcase where it unveiled what home audio video division category manager Jon Lin calls its “3D step-up series” of TVs.
Sony also showed its DA3600ES 7.1 Channel Network Multiroom A/V Receiver, which Lin says syncs extremely well with popular high-end automation systems like Control4, Crestron and AMX.
The product showcase, which took place at Sony’s Madison Avenue headquarters, was the first time the general press got a look at the new SMP-100 web content aggregation device, which puts Sony in direct price competition with Roku. We had an exclusive hands-on first look of the DLNA media player at Sony’s San Diego headquarters last week.
The 3D TV “step up series” includes 46-, 55- and 60-inch models:
If you buy one of these 3D TVs, you’ll get two free 3D Blu-ray titles and a voucher to download 3D gaming from the PlayStation Network. Sony hasn’t announced which titles will be offered.
Check out photos of Sony’s new products.
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