Toshiba has revealed Qosmio F750, which is claimed to the world’s first glasses-free 3D laptop. If you are a gaming/movies freak, this is the one you should buy.
Qosmio F750 comes with a 1080p 15.6-inch Full HD lenticular screen that has the ability to display 2D and 3D simultaneously (can show 3D content in one window along with 2D content in another at the same time). This laptop is powered with an Intel Core i7 2.00GHz processor(2.90 GHz with Turbo Boost), upto 2GB Nvidia Geforce GT540M graphics, 640GB SATA HDD, 6GB DDR3 RAM and Blu-rayTM XL re-recordable drive.
It also has a pre-installed Windows 7 64bit Home Premium operating system, “distortion-free” Harmon Kardon speakers, Multi-Card Reader, Wi-Fi 802.11(b/g/n), Bluetooth® 3.0 + HS, one USB 3.0 port and three USB 2.0 ports.
Qosmio F750 has a unique feature of coverting a 2D display to 3D using a complex algo that takes ordinary 2D DVD content and instantly converts it into 3D.
Note: 1080p display is only for 2D display.
Glasses-Free 3D – How It Works
To create a 3D effect without 3D glasses, the left eye needs to see a slightly different perspective to the right eye. The Qosmio F750 3D’s state-of-the-art lenticular screen sends
Qosmio F750 3D displays 3D images without the need for glasses Eye-tracking technology ensures 3D effect works regardless of position 39.6cm (15.6″) screen allows 2D and 3D images to be viewed simultaneouslytwo images of slightly differing perspectives individually to the left and right eye, which creates the 3D effect. An integrated webcam also intelligently tracks the user’s eye movements, allowing the Qosmio F750 3D to adjust the 3D effect to match the eye position. The Qosmio F750 3D can also display 2D and 3D content simultaneously – allowing users to browse the internet, for example, in one window and have 3D content playing in another window.
The glasses-free Qosmio F750 3D offers a unique way for businesses, professionals and designers to present 3D content. New product concepts, architecture plans, medical information or educational tools can be viewed with unparalleled realism and greater depth.
Pricing & Availability:
The Toshiba Qosmio F750 will be available from August 2011 for $2100.
Toshiba has also launched a U.S. variant of this laptop called the Qosmio F755 which possesses the same features as F750 and will be available from August 16th starting at $1,699.
2D games to 3D conversion technology is missing for the time being, but Toshiba is working with Nvidia to deliver that feature by November.