Sony Launches into the 3D Laptop World

| January 6, 2011 | Reply

Sony is known for their great electronic products in a variety of tech markets. The Vaio computer series is one of them. The Vaio is known especially for their compact size and visual output, along with a hefty ticket price. With the new Vaio F Series 3D they are entering into a whole new dimension in graphics but at the cost of $1,700 . No one is going to put the brakes on this amazing lap top sporting a Nvidia GeForce GT 540m Graphics card. The Vaio series will once again be on top of the leader board with this exciting new laptop series.

Sony has finally taken the plunge into the world of 3D laptops, introducing the new Vaio F Series 3D notebook at its CES press event last night.

The new addition to the Vaio F series features a new Intel Core i7 quad-core Sandy Bridge, along with the brand-new Nvidia GeForce GT 540M graphics card with 1GB of dedicated RAM. It has a 3D LED-backlit 16-inch display (1,920×1,080 resolution) and includes a pair of active-shutter 3D glasses. It also features a 3D button that converts 2D video and images into 3D.

The Vaio F Series 3D laptop will be available for pre-order through Sony’s Web site next month for an approximate price of $1,700, and then will be sold by other retailers later this winter, according to Sony.

Source: zdnet

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