Both 2D and 3D images can appear at once in various sections of the screen, depending on what content you’re viewing at the time – though Toshiba frustratingly hasn’t stated exactly what 2D/3D content is out there.
When watching something in 2D, the resolution will be 1080p, but when in 3D it’ll be 1366×768 res. The laptop screen itself measures 15.6 inches, and inside it’s running on an Intel Core i5 chip at 2.3GHz. There’s 8GB of RAM, and a Blu-ray drive to burn media onto once you’ve exceeded the 750GB HDD storage.
Unfortunately it’s only been given a Japanese release so far, where it’ll cost around $US2780 from July. Like with Toshiba’s first glassesless 3DTVs, that’s quite a bit of money for a huge novelty. I wonder if the laptop will sell any better than the tellies did? Or didn’t, as is the case. [Toshiba via CrunchGear]