AVADirect Introduces Two New 3D Gaming Notebooks

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News Posted: Wed, Jul 28 2010 3:38 PM

AVADirect Introduces Two New 3D Gaming Notebooks

Twinsburg, OH – July 28, 2010 - AVADirect, a recognized leader in the computer industry, introduces two innovative 3D notebooks to its lineup of mobile platforms.

Just like the latest movies and televisions, notebooks are evolving from 2D to 3D. Powered by revolutionary NVIDIA 3D Vision technology, hundreds of games, photos, movies, and websites can now be experienced in 3D today! Both the Clevo W860CU 3D and the ASUS G51JX-3D have all of the components necessary for 3D Vision integrated into a sleek, portable form factor. With the included pair of high-tech active shutter glasses, users can now experience crystal-clear 3D wherever and whenever they want.

The Clevo W860CU 3D features a 15.6” HD display and blazing fast NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285M with 1GB of GDDR5 memory. Users can choose from the latest Intel core i5 and i7 mobile CPUs and customize nearly every other facet of their 3D notebook, including the addition solid state drives,custom paint, and up to 8GB’s of superfast 1333mhz DDR3 ram. Pricing for the new Clevo W860CU 3D starts around $1800. 

The Asus G51JX-3D features a 15.6" HD display and a super-capable GeForce GTS 360M with 1GB of GDDR5 memory. This is coupled with an Intel Core i7-720QM processor and a massive 6GB’s of DDR3 ram. Pricing for the Asus G51JX-3D starts around $1600. 

Both notebooks come with all the components necessary for 3D Vision, and are entirely compatible with 3D Vision Ready desktop monitors and projectors.

“Thanks to this impressive 3D technology, and our commitment to innovation, we are able to offer our customers the ultimate mobile 3D experience,” says Misha Troshin, CMO and Co-Owner of AVADirect.

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acarzt replied on Wed, Jul 28 2010 4:27 PM

Gah.... those things are expensive.

At least they have some pretty good hardware.

Is there a non 3D version?

That Asus looks nice :-P

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Inspector replied on Wed, Jul 28 2010 4:44 PM

Too bad you still need those dang glasses :). I would probably switch to 3D when i get the money and the glasses are removed :). it would just make me lose games even more O.o.

The Asus notebook looks better in design :D

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acarzt replied on Wed, Jul 28 2010 6:38 PM

You can go pick up the new 3d DS... it doesn't require glasses :-P

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SmogHog replied on Wed, Jul 28 2010 9:57 PM

Old models that have been arround for several months and not even sold in my locale any longer.

New models featuring nvidia DX11 400 series GPUs,Full HD 120hz displays and USB 3.0 ports are due out in the next few months.

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That LOGO sure does look like the AVP logo?

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acarzt replied on Thu, Jul 29 2010 7:05 PM

lol.... now that you mention it.... it sure does. I didn't even notice that before.

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