Ready Or Not, You're Gonna Be Dealing With 3D Laptops Soon Too


Photo: ZDnet

We’ve seen glasses-free 3D displays come to smartphones like the LG Thrill and the HTC EVO 3D. Now Toshiba is the first laptop manufacturer to throw its hat in the 3D ring as well, we learn from PCWorld.Toshiba’s new notebook, the Qosimo F750, is a 15.6″ laptop using the same parallax barrier technology as the previously mentioned phones to create a glasses-free 3D effect. The laptop is designed for multimedia consumption, offering a full HD display, a rocket of a graphics card, a Blu-ray drive, and loads of RAM.

For the unfamiliar, these are all good things.

We haven’t seen it in person yet, but reviews appear overwhelmingly positive. ZDnet and Engadget have both sung their praises for the 3D effects. We look forward to test-driving it in person, but until then, we’ll remain healthily sceptical after our experience with the parallax barrier display on the HTC EVO 3D.

DON’T MISS: Our review of the HTC EVO 3D


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