Technology screen 3-dimensional (3D) became the new flagship of the company's technology. Toshiba did not want to miss explores new innovations in the form of the first 3D laptop that can be witnessed without the aid of glasses.
Toshiba Qosmio 3D F750 touted as the world's first portable computer to its 3D view can be seen with the naked eye. Laptop-based operating system Windows 7 is on sale from August in some areas at a price of about 1,300 pounds, or in the range of USD 17.8 million.
Qosmio 3D F750 has 15.6-inch landscape display. Intel Core i7 processors to use Huron Sandy Bridge and Support Full HD HD (1366x768-pixel) video playback. Laptops are also intended for the gamer has a Blu-ray drive, graphics chip Nvidia GeForce GT 540M 2GB and Harman Kardon speakers.
So far, 3D laptops that have been commercialized by several vendors still rely on the help of active 3D glasses. Presumably, there is no laptop on the market of free 3D glasses to the presence of this Qosmio.
Existing technology in the Qosmio F750 wear 3D lenticular screen, which sends images of impressions distinct in the right eye and left the user with the help of a webcam to detect movement of the eye. This creates a 3D effect.
Optimal position to be able to enjoy the 3D display in the laptop is about 60 cm from the screen. Similarly, as reported by PC Advisor, on Wednesday (06/07/2011).