Remember when 3D television sets first hit the shops? They all cost about ten gasquilion quids and the glasses cost as much again and you had to get a permit from the council because of the carbon monoxide that they gave off and you could only switch them on for three hours a day? About two years ago wasn't it?
Them days have gone, sweet readers. Oh yes. Long gone. In fact, you can now get a 3D TV for roughly the same price as a plastic replacement shin bone from one of those dodgy Korean websites (you know the ones we mean). Uh huh, here's a 32" full HD 1080p 3D LCD telly from Blaupunkt, with FOUR pairs of 3D spectacles chucked in and it's yours for only £199. Who needs cheap, shoddy replacement shins when you can lie around and watch 3D TV all day long instead...?
- Sony PS3 500gb console (new model) – only £199.99.
- Prince of Persia Trilogy (PS3) – just £6.97.
- Assassins Creed: Brotherhood (Xbox 360) – yours for £4.97.
- Sony PS3 500gb console plus assorted stuff – just £229.99.
- Zoostorm Desktop PC, 2GB RAM, 320GB HDD – only £129.99.
- Amazon Kindle 6" Ereader (Wi-Fi) – yours for only £59.00 (with voucher, and £5 back).
- BlackBerry PlayBook tablet – 64GB for £116.10.
- Seagate 3TB Barracuda 3.5" internal hard drive – £99.96 delivered.
- Samsung Galaxy S3 (T-Mobile) – £21 p/m, 24-month contract.
- Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sim-free, unlocked, 16GB) – only £418.