Sony has announced plans to launch a range of new 3D devices over the course of the year.
At this week's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Sony said that it plans to launch a string of 3D enabled devices like TVs and Blu-ray players, cameras and video recorders, as well as a new 24 hour 3D TV channel in partnership with Discovery and IMAX Corp.
“2011 begins the next phase of our 3D strategy, a year in which 3D becomes personal. Imagine watching your child's soccer games in 3D,” Sony CEO Howard Stringer said during his keynote speech at the event, Reuters reports.
Stringer said that Sony is also planning to make a big push into the connected devices market by offering more online content and a range of connected TVs and Blu-ray players.
Sony predicts that by March, 50 million televisions in the US will be Internet enabled using Sony TVs, PS3 gaming consoles and Blu-ray players.