was the home entertainment industry's big push for 2010, and it's not giving up in 2011 either. CES 2011
saw the usual array of ever-larger HDTVs offering active and passive 3D playback options, and some manufacturers suggest this year will mark the tipping point for 2D/3D balance in their ranges. It's not only big screens, either; at the tiny end of the scale, gadgets like the Nintendo 3DS
and various 3D cameras and camcorders promise fun in the third-dimension. Now LG has confirmed that the LG G-Tablet
, the company's freshly-detailed 8.9-inch Android 3.0 Honeycomb
slate, will support not only 3D video capture via a pair of cameras on the back, but on-device 3D playback too. Question is, will the need for special glasses turn off would-be 3D tableteers?