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Origin PC makes some astonishingly powerful systems, and the company isn’t shy about making bold claims, either. Origin claims its new EON17-X3D notebook is the most powerful 3D notebook available today. That just might be true; the beastly thing sports a pair of overclocked GeForce GTX 580M graphics cards in... Read more...
If you’re wondering what treats are in store for the next round of Gigabyte motherboards, look no further. The company unveiled a host of new motherboard technologies that will debut on its 7-series motherboards. Gigabyte now boasts of a 3D Power engine that affords users digital control over and monitoring of power to all the main areas... Read more...
Acer introduced a new 27-inch 3D monitor that is capable of converting any 2D content to 3D. The new Acer HR274H features a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and uses Acer's chip-based solution for converting 2D content to 3D. The monitor connects to your 3D-enabled PC, Blu-ray player, game console, cable set top box, or camera via a single HDMI cable... Read more...
Toshiba's upcoming Qosmio F755 3D laptop, touted as the world's first glasses-free 3D laptop, now has a price. The Qosmio F755 3D laptop will cost $1,699.99. It will be available in mid-August. This laptop uses auto-stereoscopic display technology to offer 3D content without the need for glasses. The Qosmio F755 3D has a 15.6-inch display... Read more...
If you've shopped for a TV lately, you know 3D content is hot right now. This 3D experience generally requires special glasses and a special TV. Soon, you may be able to enjoy a similar 3D experience on your smartphone or tablet thanks to Dialog Semiconductor.   Dialog Semiconductor introduced a real time 2D to 3D video conversion chip... Read more...
Oakley is hopping on board the 3D bandwagon with the introduction of the "world's first" optically correct 3D glasses. The OAKLEY 3D GASCAN glasses use the company's HDO-3D technologies to eliminate ghosting between images that reach each eye from one moment to the next. The curvature of the Oakley 3D lenses also works to minimize distractive... Read more...
If you're looking to buy a 3D TV this holiday season, you may find Consumer Reports recent report helpful. Consumer Reports recently evaluated 14 3D TV models and found that plasma TVs are better at displaying 3D images than LCD sets. One of the key reasons behind this is that plasma displays exhibit less ghosting when wearing 3D glasses.... Read more...
Nvidia's really into this whole 3D thing, and understandably so considering how vested Team Green is in seeing the technology succeed. To help nudge things along, Nvidia today announced its 3DTV Play software. What exactly is it? Using the 3DTV Play software, users can connect their Nvidia 3D Vision-enabled notebooks and desktops to their... Read more...
It simply had to happen at some point, and we guess there's no better time for "some point" than right now. Sony has just issued a bunch of new 3D HDTVs, but already the company is worried about the next big thing. And that thing is most likely glasses-free 3D. Even Sony knows that one of the biggest barriers to seeing a boost in at-home 3D... Read more...
In the coming months, you'll see the New England Patriots return to dynasty form and whup the competition, Brett Favre throw for a billion yards (and nearly as many interceptions), and Peyton Manning assume the fetal position at the first sound of footsteps (yes folks, this Editor is a die-hard Patriots fan). Sony... Read more...
It's hard to get your game on when, on your first date, you promise a home cooked meal followed by a viewing of Avatar in full 3D splendor. It's not that you can't cook -- if that's the case, order take-out before she gets there and pop it in the oven -- but there's just no way to look pimp wearing a pair of 3D... Read more...
Wow, what a difference a few years makes. It wasn't too long ago that Polaroid was cranking out camera after camera meant to show images just moments after they were shot. A downfall and ownership change later, and now the namesake is latching onto a bandwagon rather than starting one of their own. 3D is obviously all the rage these days,... Read more...
3D has conquered the cinema, it's on the way to conquering 3D gaming on the PC, and after that, it's planning on taking over your living room. But what if you have no real interest in watching 3D content? If you're a gamer, there's still a chance to hook you, and that's Panasonic's plans with their newest 3D HDTVs. The company, at CES 2010,... Read more...
Most of you already see the world in 3D, so why not come out with a camera that takes 3D photos and movies? One reason would be that you already tried that and, well, things didn't turn out so hot. But rather than tuck its tail between its legs and give up, FujiFlim has stormed back to the market with its FinePix RealPix Real 3D W3, the followup... Read more...
3D is here to stay, for a while anyway. And that means that 3D content will slowly but surely arrive to catch up with the 3D hardware that's already out there. Programming is sure to scare for some time, as not many programs are even equipped with the cameras to shoot in 3D, and not all content will be shot in 3D. With HD, everything could... Read more...
It's pretty much official at this point: 3D is here to stay, at least for a while. With Sony being one of the major backers of the technology we wondered how long (if ever) the others guys would wait before hopping on the bandwagon. Today, Samsung let out a slew of news surrounding 3D, and we can't imagine that the... Read more...
It's one thing to support 3D in the home, but it's another to devote time, resources and shelf space to in-home 3D products. It's clear at this point that Samsung is fully behind the technology, and they're ramping up impressively as the holiday shopping season draws near. Aside from picking up some exclusive 3D Blu-ray content, the company... Read more...
NVIDIA isn't just a graphics company. Many only think of the company's GPU line, which is certainly their most forward segment in the industry. But they're also a software company, and they also make all sorts of other hardware (like the 3D Vision kit for example). They also operate in the high performance computing space.  Recently,... Read more...
3D, like it or not, is big business. Not just big business, but huge business. The past 6 months have shown at the box office that people are willing to pay for 3D, particularly with blockbuster films that really take advantage of the effect. NVIDIA knows this quite well, and they have already seen that people are eager to bring 3D to their... Read more...
With Sony leading the 3D push in the home, you shouldn't be surprised that Sony already has a couple of 3D HDTV models headed to market. But when a market leader like Sony makes a move, it only takes a small amount of time for the "other guys" to catch up and do likewise. That's exactly what has happened here, with Toshiba adding some much... Read more...
It had to occur sooner or later, and at the rate that the 3D bandwagon is exploding, it was a safe bet to assume "sooner." In Japan today, Panasonic revealed what they are calling the "world's first 3D consumer camcorder." As you've seen based on the amount of 3D movies available in cinemas, this obviously is not the... Read more...
Wireless HD and wireless HDTV has had quite a difficult time gaining ground in the mainstream. We suspect there are two main reasons: one, it's expensive, and two, it's not that difficult to just run an HDMI cable. There's also the fact that even a completely wireless HDTV will still require a power cable, so regardless of how fancy your wireless... Read more...
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