The Qosmio F750 is the world’s first laptop with a glasses-free 3D display. Adopting the same technology as Toshiba glasses free TVs (a lenticular screen and eye tracking technology), the Qosmio provides for a 3D effect without the need to wear bulky glasses.
It also features Toshiba’s 2D to 3D technology that converts any content to 3D on the fly. It has a 15.6-inch full HD display and runs a second generation Intel core i7 processor, 6GB RAM, Nvidia GT540M graphics with 2GB memory and has 640GB storage.
Qosmio F750 also has a Blu-Ray optical drive, HDMI out, a powered USB 3.0 port and an HD webcam with Windows 7 Home Premium. It is expected to be launched internationally in August this year, at a price of $2,100.
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