XpanD has added yet another pair of 3D spectacles to its collection, but the Universal 3D Glasses are the most generic being that they are promoted to be worn in either the home or the movie theater.
XpanD asserts that its Universal 3D Glasses are compatible with any 3D-ready display, regardless of brand. They might not be the most stylish in the company's catalog, but at least it is supposed to work with any screen. (Although they do look a bit hipster.)
Pre-cart pricing is $129 a pop, but the real price on Amazon is $107.67 with free shipping to top it off. Unfortunately, neither Amazon nor XpanD have announced when these bad boys will actually start shipping.
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