Sony today announced their first 3D TV, the BRAVIA HX803, which will be available in stores by June. Along with the release, Sony will also be updating the PS3 to be 3D-compatible, and with the purchase of the new TV, Sony will include the first four games to go 3D, those being Wipeout HD, Super Stardust HD, three episodes of PAIN with one tutorial in 2D, and a single level of MotorStorm Pacific Rift.
As is the case with most 3D TVs currently on sale, the HX803 will require use of 3D glasses to achieve the 3D effect. For those of you who aren't familiar with the 3D technology, each pair of glasses hovers around the $150 mark. The next BRAVIA model, the LX903, will include at least one pair of glasses.
As far as specs go on the TV, it will use Sony's newest 200Hz high frame rate technology, along with 'High Speed Precision', '3D Up Conversion' and 'LED Boost', three proprietary features from Sony. Naturally, it will be a 1080p resolution.