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Acer has a 3D notebook already

While others are busy launching official statements and bragging about what they’re planning on thinking of lauching, Acer 3D laptops are already available worldwide. In UK for instance, the Aspire 5745DG is on shelves for £900. So what is it about? The laptop sports a 15.6 inch Cinecrystal LED backlight display running at 120 Hz. It supports HD and has a 16:9 aspect ratio. On the ...

ASUS G53J laptop gets a preview with video and pictures

As we've said before one of the sectors that will benefit a lot from 3D technology is gaming, where the addition of a third dimension will only increase the realism in shooters and racing simulators, for example. ASUS is the first big name to launch a 3D laptop with shutter glasses so we're looking forward to the second generation, the ASUS G53J ROG (Republic of Gamers) 3D Laptop, which was recent...

Toshiba Satellite A665-3D: you guessed right, it’s a 3D laptop

Say you have $1,599 burning a hole in your pocket, and you want to spoil yourself with a 3D laptop. Toshiba wheeled out the Satellite A665 3D edition, complete with active shutter 3D glasses and a 3D emitter. For your almost $1,600, you get a 15.6 inch LED display at 120Hz, an i7 Intel Core processor,4 GB RAM, 640 GB HDD and the GeForce GTS 350M GPU (1GB DDR3) graphics accelerator. In terms ...

LG Xnote A510, not just another 3D laptop

The LG is announcing its first 3D laptop today. While not the first, cheapest or most imaginative laptop on the market today, the Xnote A510 is still something to look at: it has one of the most impressing configurations available today. The 15.6 inch Full HD LED display is providing 3D goodness through the help of an i7 intel Core processor and a 1GB NVIDIA GeForce GT 425M graphics card. The l...

3D Laptops: what can you find on market today

The notebook industry is already shifting – laptops as we know them need to change to accommodate the 2010 generation of networking gadgets. The old functions and designs are quickly becoming obsolete with the advent of smarter smartphones, long-battery e-readers and impressive tablet computers. Unfortunately, there is no way to turn a regular laptop into a 3D notebook: you need a screen...
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