Toshiba Debuts World's First Notebook To Play Back 3D Blu-ray Films
The 15.6" machine has a 1366x768 resolution display (a 3D display, of course), and there's support for NVIDIA's 3D Vision. The GPU is a GeForce GTS 350M, and there is 4GB of standard RAM along with 1GB of video RAM. The CPU is a Core i7-740QM, and there will be a 640GB hard drive, Dolby audio and bundled mouse, keyboard and 3D glasses.
The price is rather high at around $2700, but it's rare that anything in the "world's first" category actually sells for cheap out of the gate. So, does any of this interest you? We'd be inclined to be more excited if the resolution were cranked up somewhat; what good is 1080p 3D playback with such a low-res display?