When we stopped by the Marchon3D EX3D booth at CES I have to admit that my reaction was more skeptical than enthusiastic. Sure, their passive 3D eyewear worked, and at $35 a pair was not terrible, but it seemed like a hard sell to the theater-going crowd where the glasses have to compete with ?free?. Now that I have had the chance to try the EX3D AMMO glasses in a real environment, my opinion has changed ? keep reading to find out why. *"
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