Home > slashdot > Best Buy Offers Bogus “3D Sync” Service

Best Buy Offers Bogus “3D Sync” Service

March 24th, 2010 03:00 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Token_Internet_Girl writes “Fewer than two weeks after Best Buy offered the first Full 3D HDTVs for sale in the US, its latest Sunday circular (3/21/10) promotes a Samsung 3D TV deal consisting of a 55″ 3D TV, 3D capable Blu-ray player, 2 pairs of glasses, a Blu-ray movie and Geek Squad delivery and installation. The ad states the service includes TV and Blu-ray player set-up, connection to your wireless network and ‘sync your 3D glasses for an amazing experience.’ The package price lists the ‘geek’ services as a $150 value. The offer’s only problem is that there is no such thing as syncing 3D glasses. They sync automatically.” Here’s Best Buy Corporate’s response to this hilarity.

Source: Best Buy Offers Bogus “3D Sync” Service

Related Articles:

  1. Why Did Google Want PushLife, a Music Sync Service?
  2. Wi-Fi Sync 2.0: Jailbreak App Will Sync Your iPhone With iTunes Over 3G
  3. Sync Your iPhone Wirelessly With iTunes Using Wi-Fi Sync App
  4. Google Sync Clobbers Chrome Browsers
  5. Ubuntu One Gets iPhone App For Contact Sync
blog comments powered by Disqus