Have you actually used it at home?
"And at home? The need to sit bolt-upright head perfectly level and directly in front of the screen for the entire film? No thanks. I want to relax at home."
As Granny would say ... "What a load of old bollocks". You can sit and watch 3D content at any angle you'd care to watch 2D. No need to sit bolt upright either. You can slouch on the recliner, stand on your head if you like (the effect would be the same in 2D).
Fuzzier picture? One a 2011 plasma? You've got to be joking. Right?
You're not a Sun journalist are you?
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