Toshiba has revealed the Qosmio F750 3D, the world’s first glasses-free 3D laptop. It will be available in August.
The 3D screen sends two slightly different images to each of the viewer’s eyes to create the 3D effect. The integrated webcam tracks the eyes as they move around the screen in order to keep the 3D effect visible.
3D laptops are few and far between, and they have up to now required the use of special glasses. Check out the results of the Acer Aspire 5745G 3D, one such laptop we’ve tested.
With an Intel Core i7 2.0GHz processor, 6GB of RAM and an NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M (up to 2GB) graphics card inside, this laptop will appeal to intensive gamers and those after a smooth video editing experience.
There are Harman Kardon stereo speakers for superior sound, and a Blu-ray disc drive. This can accept the new Blu-ray XL format so will be able to write discs up to 128GB.
A 640GB hard disk provides plenty of storage space.
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The Toshiba also has conversion technology which takes ordinary 2D DVD content and converts it into 3D, as you watch. There’s also an HDMI output for hooking up the laptop to a larger screen, such as a 3DTV
Although no price has been announced yet, we estimate the Toshiba Qosmio F750 3D will launch at around the £1300 mark.
Fancy something much smaller and cheaper? Have a look at our netbook reviews.
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