Not a week passes without a Japanese company announcing a 3D-enabled device lately. Today, it’s Toshiba, which just unveiled [JP] a 3D-capable notebook, the dynabook TX/98MBL. According to the company, it’s the world’s first notebook that lets you view 3D content stored on Blu-rays (next to playing NVIDIA 3D Vision games).
Toshiba’s new flagship has the following specs:
- 15.6-inch “ClearSuperView LED” display (120Hz/1,366×768 resolution)
- Intel Core i7 740QM CPU (1.73GHz)
- Blu-ray burner
- 4GB RAM (8GB max.)
- Nvidia GeForce GTS 350M graphics card
- 640GB HDD
- built-in harman/kardon stereo speakers
- one HDMI interface and four USB 2.0 ports
- IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and Ethernet
- 3.3MP web cam
- Windows 7 Home Premium(32/64bit) as the OS
Toshiba plans to start selling the dynabook TX/98MBL in Japan at the end of next month (price: $2,750, including active shutter glasses and a remote control).