3D Glasses Go Rechargeable
The new glasses take two hours to charge via USB input and offer 30 hours of running time. There's a special kid-size model that's said to be the lightest available. Pricing is the equivalent of $149.
This was just part of a larger announcement that regaled Japanese consumers with smaller-size 3D plasmas that record TV broadcasts onto hard drives or Blu-ray discs (don't look for Blu-ray recording to come to the States anytime soon).
We'll be keeping an eye peeled at September's CEDIA Expo for the new rechargeable glasses.