Do you want a 3D TV? Why or why not? And will you ever get one?

No. No. No.

Also, no.

I'm at my limit with TV repurchasing. First it was Dolby Digital Stereo, and then widescreen, and then surround sound, and then flat panel TV of various sort and now HD. And those all actually improved the viewing experience. 3D? Not so much. I'm quite happy to head along to a cinema for a couple of hours, pop on the X-ray specs and enjoy the 3D experience in the dark. At home, watching a movie with my wife? No.

I'm far more interested in the shift towards downloadable and streaming traditional content than yet another "innovation" in home movie watching. This feels like another gimmick to try and sell us another round of TVs – and I'm not playing.

No. No. No.

Also, no.

I'm at my limit with TV repurchasing. First it was Dolby Digital Stereo, and then widescreen, and then surround sound, and then flat panel TV of various sort and now HD. And those all actually improved the viewing experience. 3D? Not so much. I'm quite happy to head along to a cinema for a couple of hours, pop on the X-ray specs and enjoy the 3D experience in the dark. At home, watching a movie with my wife? No.

I'm far more interested in the shift towards downloadable and streaming traditional content than yet another "innovation" in home movie watching. This feels like another gimmick to try and sell us another round of TVs – and I'm not playing.

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