Toshiba Qosmio F750 3D _ the World's first glasses_free 3D laptop

Toshiba has unveiled its first glasses-free 3D laptop - the Toshiba Qosmio F750-10Q.Looks-wise, Toshiba steps on the bolder side of things with a dash of red into the mix, lots of grey with a splotch of red. The F750 is no shrinking violet when it comes to old-fashioned, binary - chewing grunt work, Powered by:
Intel Core i7
Built for high-power, multimedia multitaskers the Core ¡7 processor is blisteringly efficient, easily running up to eight programs at once
 CPU 6GB of RAM and 2GB Nvidia GeForce GT 540 M graphics card should chomp through 3D.As well as magically converting 2D video to 3D, the F750 can display 2D and 3D content side by side.
The Qosmio F750-10Q utilizes a lenticular display, which projects two sets of images at the same time,a full HD 15.6-inch screen and eye-tracking technology based on a HD web camera that maintains the 3D effect while the user moves.To maximise the sweet spot  you get with 3D the F750's webcam tracks your eyes while you watch, making adjustments to the lenticular layer when you move your head. you're wondering why it comes with a pair of Nvidia 3D glasses, that's because the Qosmio X770 has stereoscopic 3D capabilities capable of converting 2D DVD content into 3D in real time.(even trie webcam is 3D). Your favorite games that only come with 2D flavors will also be converted into 3D by the display card, and the same technique is applied to movies as well.The laptop is also capable of converting 2D DVD content into 3D. in real time.

Display 15.6 Ein 1920x1080 lenticular3D
Processor quad-core Intel Core i7 @ 2GHz
Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M
Storage 640GB HDD
Optical drive Blu-ray XL rewriter
Connectivity Bluetooth 3.0, card reader, Ethernet, HDMI, USB2.0 (x3), USB3.0,Wi-Fi.

Tucked away underneath t he keyboard is a Blu-ray XL burner. That doesn't mean it 's got an extra -large tray for fat discs: it means you can write up to 100GB on a single disc. That's about four times what'son a standard Blu-ray movie disc.If you're lucky enough to have a 3D TV an  HDMI output allows you to hook your F750 up to the telly. Not connected? A set of Harman Kardon speakers and Dolby Advanced Audio tech will have a crack at recreating cinema audio in your lap.The downside is that having such a powerful graphics card, a big screen and powerful speakers, is that the X770 must be near a power socket most of the time. So gaming and movies off the grid is not a very wise choice, as it can only stay wall-free for about 82 minutes.


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