Thank you, Toshiba, for keeping up with the 3D laptops. Now with the Qosmio F750, eschewing the glasses seems like the best idea for what's under the hood. But who wants to stare at a lenticular lens sheet all day?
New 3D laptops and have begun arriving en masse. Are they ready to slay their 2D counterparts?
As there's barely any 3D content about, LG has very kindly equipped the A510 laptop with TriDef software which upscales 2D video to 3D. It's not going to be the best 3D experience, but you know...it's a start.
In a lot of ways, a 3D laptop makes at least as much sense as a 3DTV, especially when that laptop is the first to play 3D Blu-ray discs in the US. That's Toshiba's A665. It's kind of beastly.