We mentioned earlier that Toshiba has released the Qosmio F750 3D which delivers 3D effects without the use of active or passive glasses. This is a key component to the 3D adoption. But, as with most “new” technology, you’re probably a little skeptical, so we take a closer look at the laptop and how it performs. Right from the start, we were lured in, and we’re surprised at how well it performed when held up to the light.
Toshiba showed this unit off in London and coined it “the evolution of 3D” and they weren’t lying. Using a lenticular lens sheet on the screen delivers the 3D, and a webcam tracks your eyes. This ensures that the “sweet spot” for optimum viewing is much, much larger. The showed us some stills and video, and our first reaction was a dropped jaw. The 3D stills were bright, vibrant, and looked about as good as anything you see with 3D glasses. The videos lost a bit of quality, but not by much. The delivery was smooth and the effects were definitely enjoyable.
Another great aspect of this guy is that it converts 2D to 3D content. The converted stuff wasn’t as good as native 3D content, but it still wasn’t bad. A 3D Blu-ray drive will allow you to take your favorites on the road, so they’re really working hard to get your loyalty here. Toshiba also made sure it had plenty of power. With an Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M graphics interface, and 6 HB of RAM, it’s one of the better laptops we’ve seen this year. We’re thrilled with the glasses-free 3D delivery, and take our hat off to Toshiba. Nice work, gang. This one should make some waves.
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