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?
The machine packs an Intel Sandy Bridge Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce 540M graphics, a 640GB hard drive, 6GB DDR3 RAM and a Blu-ray XL drive. But its 15.6-inch screen sports that lenticular lens sheet that allows for 3D viewing - not unlike the GL1 3DTVs Toshiba showed off at CES - by sending different images to each eye. But so long as 3D content remains distinctly unspectacular, it's not like 3D computing, like 3D television, makes any more sense than it did before. [Ubergizmo]