Vizio's latest 3D display trades in those heavy active shutter glasses for polarized specs, which are both lighter and cheaper to produce. They're the same kind you get at the movie theater, so if you pocket a pair rather than tossing it into the recycle bin on your way out of the theater, they should work with Vizio's new 65-inch XVT Series Edge Lit Razor LED LCD HDTV.
Four sets of eye-gear come with the display, and according to Vizio, its 3D tech is up to 50 percent brighter than conventional active 3D systems, has one half of the visual crosstalk distortion, handles fast action motion without annoying blur, has a wider horizontal viewing angle, and isn't affected by eye-strain inducing flicker.
Vizio's display also ships with a handful of Internet apps baked in, including Amazon Video On Demand, Facebook, Flickr, Netflix, Rhapsody, Pandora, Twitter, VUDU, and Yahoo TV Widgets, with more apps available.
The 3D TV set is available now for $3,500.