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Glasses free 3D laptop from Toshiba, a first!



/ 5 years ago

The computer maker Toshiba has announced the first commercially available glasses free 3D capable laptop: the Qosmio F755.

The Qosmio F755 presents a breakthrough in 3D viewing by enabling the visualization of both 2D and 3D content simultaneously on the same display.

How it does it? The 15.6 inch full HD TriBite display with Active Lens technology is equipped with the latest auto-stereoscopic display technology, the double parallax image is able to project two sets of images at the same time, one for each eye, so the 3D effect comes to life. Simple really.

It is also equipped with the Face Tracking technology which helps project the best 3D imagery possible in relation to the position of the eyes of the person looking at the monitor.

This screen, as I said, is capable of displaying both 2D and 3D on the same screen, so you can have 2 windows open while one still being in 2D and the other in 3D, ingenious, isn’t it?

Included with this new feature is a Blu-Ray drive which is a requirement for 3D movies , but is it really? Well no, because Toshiba has also included their own Blu-Ray player, delivering a very simple conversion from 2D to 3D in a simple click.

But don’t be deceived by its “simple” look, for the Qosmio F755 packs the latest Intel Core i7 processor, a Nvidia GeForce G540M GPU, a 750GB HDD, an integrated Blu-ray rewritable drive, built-in Harman Kardon speakers and on top of that, a HDMI.

Now you can already tell that this won’t come cheap as the Qosmio F755, available starting August the 16th, will set you back $1699.99 MSRP, a price rather justified as it’s the only one of its kind.

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  • Leo Bien Durana

    Cannot see the post gaetan. But oh well, don't care about that now because… I AM HERE TO CONGRATULATE YOU AS ONE OF THE NEWEST ETEKNIX STAFFS!

  • SJTelford

    Will be published soon Leo, you know if you can't see it we've set it to pre-publish!

  • gaetan

    @Leo lol thanks

  • Leo Bien Durana

    Will be published soon Leo, you know if you can't see it we've set it to pre-publish!

    lol, I thought gaetan don't want me to read it, lol haha 😀

    @Leo lol thanks

    No problem man! Hope to see you reviewing some products too! *I, myself is pretty excited for my first product user review 😀

  • gaetan

    Leo Bien Durana;23537 wrote: No problem man! Hope to see you reviewing some products too! *I, myself is pretty excited for my first product user review 😀

    Don't know if the shipping to Italy is acceptable, and I am not sure if I'll receive it lolwhat are you reviewing? post a link I want to read it 🙂

  • Leo Bien Durana

    It's still not finished pal. Just took a couple of pictures today, and I'm not impressed with the shot, wth… I'm damned. Hint: It's a case, and I will publish it here (User review forum) 😀

  • gaetan

    Nice, can't wait 😀

  • Leo Bien Durana

    Me too pal! But let's go back to the topic, bec. I've got a feeling that we may get an infraction by creating so much off-topics lol Aren't these bad for the health? Read it somewhere in the internet… And damn, the price is so high… I think the technology behind this will really push the GPU and CPU to its limits too. CMIIW

  • gaetan

    yes, I agree, even when I heard of the nintendo 3DS, my first thought was "what about the eyes?"If just the actual 3D glasses are required a break, what about this glasses-free 3D, a break every 10 minutes?