Sony has long been teasing that its 3DTVs would be launching soon but now it is finally official. Sony has announced that its 3DTVs are up for pre-sale at Sony Style stores. There will be about seven 3D LED TVs launched with sizes ranging from 40 inches to 60 inches. Some of the TVs, like the BRAVIA XBR-LX900, will have the 3D sync transmitter built-in as well as including two pairs of active shutter glasses. Models like the BRAVIA XBR-HX909 and KDL-HX800 will need the 3D sync transmitter and glasses purchased at an additional cost which is kind of inconvenient since those are just 3D ready and not 3D integrated. Sony also announced that its Blu-Ray 3D players will be available in stores this July with a 3D firmware hitting the already available Blu-Ray players today.
The prices for the Sony 3DTVs will range from $2,100 to $5,000. No word on availability at other retailers currently but if you have a Sony Style store near you, then you are in luck.