The number of notebooks, AIOs, and desktop computers on the market that support 3D are growing all the time. The uptake of 3D in the company market is better than it is at home. Computer users don't mind wearing glasses to play 3D games most of the time while the average TV watcher in the living room might balk at wearing glasses for 3D. Acer has pulled out its first 3D notebook and is offering the machine in Japan.
We have most of the specs of the machine and know that it will land on December 3 in Japan and cost 3D fans under 100,000 yen. For that much loot Japanese geeks will get a 15.6-inch notebook with a screen offering a 120Hz refresh rate good for 3D content using the NVIDIA 3D Vision system. The machine will ship with the active 3D glasses the NVIDIA system needs to enjoy the effects.
Graphics for the machine are handled by an NVIDA GeForce GT 425M and the processor is an Intel Core i5-460M unit at 2.53GHz. The machine has 4GB of RAM, 640GB HDD, and HDMI out along with Bluetooth, WiFi, and a 1.3MP webcam. The OS is Windows 7 Home Premium. The official model number for the notebook is AS5745DG-A54E/L.
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