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Fujitsu to debut world's first glasses-free 3D PC

Slated for a late February launch in Japan, the company's new Esprimo FH99/CM all-in-one desktop PC will offer a 3D display without making people wear those uncomfortable glasses.

The world's first 'glasses-free' 3D PC
The world's first "glasses-free" 3D PC. Fujitsu

Anyone who's eyeing a 3D PC but doesn't want to wear those glasses may be in luck.

Fujitsu announced yesterday that it will launch an all-in-one desktop PC sporting a 3D display that won't require the familiar but uncomfortable 3D glasses.

Due to launch in Japan on February 25, the Fujitsu Esprimo FH99/CM will offer an 23-inch 1,920x1,080 LCD display and be powered by an Intel i7 processor.

The PC will include 4GB of RAM, up to 2TB of hard-disk space, integrated graphics, and a Blu-ray drive, according to and other sources. A TV tuner will let users watch and record television shows as well.

Beyond those features, the Esprimo FH99 will offer Ethernet and 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity, two USB 3.0 ports, an SD card slot, an HDMI port, and an integrated Webcam. The company is even throwing in a free copy of "Disney's Christmas Carol" in 3D, according to a Google Translate version of its Japanese press release.

No word on when the PC might make its way beyond Japan, but Fujitsu said it's looking to launch it overseas at a later date, according to AFP News.