Xpand Universal 3D Glasses Available Now

Posted Tue Oct 26, 2010 at 11:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward

A solution to the 3D glasses incompatibility issue is here, and it's reasonably priced to boot.

Remember back in May when we found out that the solution to getting Panasonic glasses to play nice with Samsung sets was to wear them upside down? Finally there's a better way. Now don't get crazy and assume that the companies who make said 3D glasses and sets decided to work on compatibility – this is a third party solution.

A company known as Xpand has officially launched its own universal 3D glasses that are guaranteed to work with every single active 3D television on the market. They won't do passive 3D tech, but you probably wouldn't want to shell out real money for passive tech 3D glasses anyway, would you?

You can pick up the Xpand Universal 3D Glasses now on Amazon. They've got an MSRP of $129, but are currently selling for $107.67, a 12 percent discount from the suggested price.

Source: Amazon

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