Sony's eagerly awaited PlayStation dedicated 24-inch 3D gaming display with SimualView technology is pushed back until 2012 by ongoing delays
Originally pegged to host a UK launch during this autumn, the E3 unveiled display has been hit by continued delays with a pre-Christmas 2011 release date no longer likely.
Whilst Sony has yet to officially confirm when the delayed display will hit European markets for the first time, online retailer Amazon has suggested the console add-on will not be available until 2012.
"We have been informed by our supplier that there will be a delay in obtaining stock for this item and it will no longer be released in Europe in 2011," an announcement on the site's dedicated product page read. "If you have ordered this item from us at Amazon.co.uk your order will take longer to fulfill than originally estimated. We are expecting an update in the new year."
When the extra-dimensional screen finally makes it to UK soil a Sony PlayStation 3D Display price is to be set around the £499 mark.
Allowing multiple gamers to enjoy 3D content simultaneously the Sony PlayStation 3D Display is to boast SimulView technology allowing two users to view individually assigned content across the same 24-inch screen.
Packaged with two pairs of Sony branded active shutter glasses the 3D gaming display has already launched in the US.
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