It's destined to become Fujitsu's flagship PC this year (at least in Japan), and while full specs weren't available what we do know about this all-in-one is that it requires passive glasses, and has dual cameras for capturing 3D video.

While only a Japan release has been mentioned so far, we can probably expect a worldwide launch at some point—I can't see why Fujitsu would want to deprive us of a PC which comes with bundled software for 3D video chat with Windows Live Messenger, after all. [Akihabara News]