There are more than 400 3D ready games out there, according to iBuypower, which doesn't sound like very many at all. But it's enough for the company to feel confident about releasing this—its first 3D-capable gaming notebook.
It'll do stereoscopic 3D from gaming, Blu-ray and online video sources, with the 1366x768 wide LCD display powered by an Intel Core i5-520M mobile processor working hand-in-hand with NVIDIA's GTX285M graphics chipset. It ships with NVIDIA's 3D Vision Active Shutter Glasses and your OS will be Windows 7 Home Premium. You might as well leave it on there.