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CES 2011 Toshiba talked up glasses-free 3D viewing for its first day splash at CES.

The Japanese company will start selling big 3D TVs - 40in and above- which don't require glasses in in April, it said in a Bloomberg briefing.

Tosh already sells 12in and 20in glasses-free 3D TVs in its home country.

The company is also prepping glasses-free 3D displays for laptops, according to Engadget, which has seen a concept demo unit that Tosh is taking to CES.

Tosh thinks the technology will be production-quality by the end of the year. Whether it makes it into production is a different matter, of course.

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