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Will You Buy a 3-D Television?

3D glasses for television
3D glasses for television

3-D televisions were all the rage at CES in January. This week the hype is becoming reality.

Samsung, Sony, and Panasonic all announced plans to put the first 3-D TVs on the market, with packages including glasses and Blu-ray players starting at approximately $3,000.

The world's biggest TV makers are betting that this is the next hot product in consumer electronics. In today's Street Poll, we want to know: Do you plan on buying a 3-D TV for your home? Share your opinion in the poll below.



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