5 of the best 3D gadgets

Nintendo’s 3DS starts selling at midnight. Here’s the other 3D kit you should be sizing up

LG Optimus 3D

£515, www.expansys.com

LG 3D blower has 1080p 3D recording with TV output, 3D games and videos (including YouTube 3D), all in your pocket. Oh, and this dual-core beast also makes phone calls.

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Samsung UE40C7000

£900, www.currys.co.uk

Packed so full of features (Freeview HD, DLNA and 2D conversion) it’s a wonder Sammy’s set is so thin. One of the best 3DTVs we’ve laid eyes upon.

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Sony BDP-S570

£160, www.amazon.co.uk

Stunning 3D picture quality at a price that won’t destroy your bank balance. Can also be controlled via a free iPhone app. Which is nice.

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HP Envy 17 3D

£1500, www.hp.co.uk

Take the gorgeously sleek and powerful Envy, add 3D and you have yourself a powerful mobile entertainment system compatible with hundreds of games.

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Panasonic HDC-SDT750

£650, www.amazon.co.uk

You’ll forget about the bulk of this camcorder when you replay videos of little Jimmy’s hair catching fire on his birthday in a glorious celebration of triple dimensions.


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