This response is for vaktmestern,
You have been the conductor of a hate train for the HMZ-T1 for over a month now. Ok we get it, you think a 15" tv is awesome and that none of us have seen a full resoluton 3DTV. And I love how you're the one making claims that we don't know when you don't even have a computer that can run 3D. If it's not your thing then fine, say your piece and move on, but you're posting on here combating anyone who says its a great product.
It's pretty clear that you are not a true enthusiast in this department. An early adopter/enthusiast of new technology knows that they will pay a large premium for something that will have flaws and will be replaced shortly by something cheaper and more advanced. I've read all your posts, you asked peoples opinions as to what they thought about this product before you had one yourself.
The expectations you set were too high.
I paid for my pre order in full on Sept 24, 2011, expecting an october release as they first said. As an enthusiast all I had to read was, 3D,HMD,Vitual big screen, sold. This was the first true HD 3D HMD! I paid for the thing in full and honestly thought the initial reviews I read were maketing hype. I tried the glasstrons from sony before, they were not worth the $1000 they retailed for, but I wanted the newest thing right away. Was I expecting it to be perfect? No, not at all. I knew it was 720p and I would see the screen door effect if I focused on it. I pre ordered a Sony 720P projector back in 2005 at the reasonable price of $4999.99 so I know what the screen door effect is, but I had the newest badest tech in my living room for a few years before that tech trickled down to the $1000 level.
The point that you don't get is that to be one of the few to enjoy the newest thing, it's expected to cost alot, not perform to all of your hopes and dreams, but you get the newest thing, you get to experience something that most people wont get to check out and if you actually had a PC capable of delivering Nvidia 3D
, you might actually see some groundbreaking tech in the form of games.
You also make comparisons to 3DTVs and how they are so much better. For one the ghosting is not even comparable. The HMZ-T1 smashes TVs when it comes to crosstalk. You also mention the resolution difference, The 1080p tv looks sharper.... of course it does, its only 50-60" and 1080p. the hmz-t1 is 720 and is projected as a massive screen only inches away from our eyes. In bright scenes you will see the pixels, but if you knew anything about 720 then you would have known that before you bought it. The blacks on the HMZ are amazing, high speed motion is amazing, the screen can be 100% in focus if you take the time to understand how to make it fit to your head.
I don't understand how you continue to bash this product. You should have known that it wouldn't be perfect, for one, the thing was only $800. I have more than that invested in just my GPUs. For what it was, a prototype that was sold to the 1% of people that wanted this tech, its pretty damn cool.
Just sell yours and stop complaining.