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The 3D-enabled Toshiba Satellite P755-3DV20 is one of the more affordable 3D-enabled laptops, but it lacks the horsepower we've seen in more-robust 3D gaming laptops.
Sure, you don't need a $1900 17-inch 3D laptop--but if you're dreaming of a big machine with tons of memory, speed, graphics, and bells and whistles galore, check out Toshiba's latest top-of-the-line 3D Qosmio.
The 3D-enabled Toshiba Satellite P755-3DV20 is one of the most affordable 3D laptops we've come across, which could interest the 3D-curious. While this 15-incher with Blu-ray leaves little to be desired for a mainstream user, it lacks the horsepower we've seen in more robust 3D gaming laptops.
Those in the market to spend more than $1,000 and get a 3D-enabled, Blu-ray-equipped laptop with plenty of horsepower for games should strongly consider Toshiba's latest high-end Qosmio. It's not cheap or portable by any means, but it's certainly powerful.
Toshiba's top-of-the-line Qosmio costs $1,899 and weighs a ton, but it's packed full of impressive processing power and has a 3D display and glasses. Read on for our review.
Microsoft is said to be interested in buying an Israeli start-up whose technology uses a depth-sensing camera to enable gamers to control a system just by moving their hands.
According to a new study, 3D LCD TV shipments are up and continuing to rise. But buying 3DTVs and playing 3D content are two very different things.
Unless you're a huge 3D fan, the high price is a bit of a stretch for the 15.6-inch Toshiba Satellite A665-3DV, but we do like the 3D Blu-ray playback.
At CES 2008 we take a first look at the ZCam from 3DV Systems, a real-time depth-sensing video camera.
Unless you're a huge 3D fan, the high price is a bit of a stretch for the 15.6-inch Toshiba Satellite A665-3DV, but we do appreciate the 3D Blu-ray playback.
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