Sony PS3 3D Display delayed in Europe

Launches in the US as planned.

The Sony PlayStation 3 3D TV announced at E3 in June has been delayed in Europe.

It was due out in the UK in the autumn alongside a US launch.

The Sony PS3 3D Display is without a release date on There it costs Ł410.

It launched in the US as planned earlier this month for $500.

The Simul-view 3D TV is designed to offer cheaper access to stereoscopic visuals.

Its nifty technology allows two players to see different images on the same 24-inch (1920x1080) 3D display. It comes with two pairs of Active Shutter glasses.

Sony was unable to provide us with an updated release date when contacted, or explain the delay.

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