Sony has announced that it will be launching notebooks that can display 3D video and games in Full HD quality. However, users would still need to wear glasses in order to utilise this feature.
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The company has revealed a couple of prototypes at IFA that come with a 3D button that instantly displays a video or game in 3D.
According to reports, the 3D Vaio notebooks is able to display video at 240 frames per second and will utilise a function called “black frame insertion” that improves pixel response.
Sony’s Chief Executive, Howard Stringer said that the new 3D Vaios will debut next spring, with pricing to be announced at a later date.