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Best Buy Offers Bogus 3D Sync Service

Token_Internet_Girl (1131287) writes | more than 4 years ago

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Token_Internet_Girl (1131287) writes ""Fewer than two weeks after Best Buy offered the first Full 3D HDTVs for sale in the US, its latest Sunday circular (3/21/10) promotes a Samsung 3D TV deal consisting of a 55 3D TV, 3D capable Blu-ray player, 2 pairs of glasses, a Blu-ray movie and Geek Squad delivery and installation. The ad states the service includes TV and Blu-ray player set-up, connection to your wireless network and 'sync your 3D glasses for an amazing experience'. The package price lists the geek½Â services as a $150 value. The offer’s only problem is that there is no such thing as syncing 3D glasses. They sync automatically." You can read more about this story here, and Best Buy Corporate response to this hilarity here."
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