XPAND Builds on Successful Launch of Universal 3D Glasses at CES 2011

January 5, 2011
XPAND anticipates even greater success for its Universal 3D Glasses in 2011, as production of 3D-ready displays and 3D content continues to grow.

As CES 2011 kicks off, XPAND is riding a wave of success following the recent launch of its revolutionary Universal 3D Glasses. Designed to be compatible with all brands of 3D-ready televisions, laptops and XPAND 3D cinemas, the Universal 3D Glasses address issues of compatibility while providing the highest quality 3D experience available.

The XPAND Universal 3D Glasses are available through a variety of retailers, including Amazon, Sears, Fry’s and La Curacao. With an MSRP of $129.00 per pair, they offer viewers an affordable and stylish solution as the availability of 3D content continues to grow in 2011.

“The public’s reception to the XPAND Universal 3D Glasses has been overwhelmingly positive, as supported by their tremendous sales to date,” says Maria Costeira, CEO of XPAND. “Moreover, while 2010 marked the emergence of 3D in the home, 2011 will see a dramatic increase in the production of 3D content and 3D displays. As such, our Universal 3D Glasses will continue to play an integral role in the 3D revolution!”

While most 3D glasses are only compatible with a single brand of TV and cannot be used with other brands of TVs or computers, XPAND Universal 3D Glasses are compatible with any 3D-ready, infrared-emitting display. They can also be used in any of the thousands of XPAND 3D-ready movie theaters around the globe.

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