Sony promises firmware update to make your Blu-ray kit go 3D
Sony is to send a software update that will magically add an extra dimension to your new Blu-ray kit
Sony has announced that its new line-up of Blu-ray products will go 3D with a firmware update this year.
Sony announced a line-up of 3D home cinema products at CES in January, including the . The range of products to go 3D includes the BDV-E670W, BDV-E870, and BDV-IZ1000W. We've contacted Sony for a full list of which products will get the update, and when. The big question is whether an update will be available for the .
The 3D Blu-ray spec was only finalised in, so manufacturers are wasting no time. Other 3D Blu-ray players coming soon include the and .
All well and good, but what are you going to watch? Monsters vs Aliens looks set to be the first 3D Blu-ray release, with hinted that a 2D release will come first, followed by a 3D release towards the end of the year, if there is enough uptake of the technology. Disney is weighing in with A Christmas Carol at the end of the year.no doubt close behind. James Cameron has