Arguably one of the more interesting announcements from this summer's Electronic Entertainment Expo was Sony's 3D Display, a stand-alone monitor players can use to enjoy 3-D games.
The company has announced through the official PlayStation blog the display will hit store shelves on Nov. 13. It will sell for $500.
The 24-inch, 1080P H-D display will include a pair of 3-D glasses, a HDMI cable and a copy of racing title Motorstorm Apocalypse. The display features 2 HDMI inputs and a component cable input.
It also offers a SimulView feature for two-player games. Instead of split-screen, the feature gives each player their own full two-dimensional view of the screen while wearing glasses.
Sony also has a pretty thorough FAQ with extra details on the display.
The display presents a unique option for those wanting to jump into 3-D. It's one of the smallest 3-D displays available, and sits on the lower end of the pricing scale.
- By Brett Molina, USA TODAY