According to Sony, the HDR-TD10E has double of everything - double Sony G lenses, double Exmor R CMOS sensors and double BIONZ image processors.
It also features a dual-recording function which means you can capture 3D images and also view these images in 2D if you haven't got a HD 3D TV yet.
But your 3D efforts wouldn't have been for nought because you can still view the 3D footages on the camcorder's 3.5in 3D LCD screen without 3D glasses.
The camcorder has 64GB of internal Flash memory but this can be expanded with a Memory Stick Pro Duo or an SD card.
Other features include a 10x optical zoom with steady shot and iAuto, which automatically configures the camera's settings based on your surroundings.
The HDR-TD10E also has a built-in zoom microphone which means you don't have to stand too close to your subject to record their speeches.
The HDR-TD10E is expected to be available in April and local pricing is yet to be confirmed.
Besides camcorders and cameras, Sony will also be bringing in its own 3D laptop range, the Vaio F Series.
The F Series notebook with the 16in Full HD display made its debut at the recent CES in Las Vegas and will ship with the new Intel Core i7 quad-core Sandy Bridge processor and Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit.
The notebook also comes with a pair of 3D glasses and if you think you should take a break from all that 3D, you can turn the function off with a press of a button.