Sony Unveils 3D Vaio Laptop at IFA 2010

Sep 03, 2010
The famous Japanese tech company Sony looks forward to become the first to introduce to the world 3D laptops with 1080p display capabilities.

Recently the firm presented its 3D Vaio laptop prototype at IFA 2010.

It is expected that the new 3D Vaio laptop includes 3D button and Bravia shutter glasses in order to part what the right and the left eyes see.

The 16-inch laptop unveiled at IFA 2010 has a 16:9 display and comes with a 240Hz refresh rate, so it would match with the 3D rate of 60 frames per second.

The company plans to launch its 3D laptop in the spring of 2011. The device will include the innards of the Sony Vaio F.

Currently there is no information regarding the price and other features of the laptop, but Sony mentioned that the new device will be somewhat different from the prototype it presented at the press event.

[via CNet]


posted by: Gadgets Infoniac

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