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Wednesday, 16 March 2011 14:25

Nvidia makes its 3D Vision cheaper

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Drops it to US $149

Nvidia decided to drop the price of its 3D Vision kit bundle that now goes for US $149. The bundle includes the USB IR emitter, pair of wireless active shutter 3D glasses and the required 3D software.

Two years have passed since Nvidia introduced its 3D Vision kit. The cool and interesting gadget was selling for US $199 back when it was announced. However, overall cost of the 3D Display coupled with less than desirable availability made it an enthusiast piece of gaming gear.

The new price of 3D Vision kit makes it a bit more affordable and the new glasses have been updated so you will be looking at a 50 percent longer battery life. Nvidia also slashed the price of the glasses as well so you can snatch them at up for US $119.

Of course, in order for it to work, you still need a 3D display and a system, or to be precise, a graphics card that supports 3D Vision. Thankfully, 3D displays are not as rare as they were two years ago, so this time around you just might have a chance.

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