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Toshiba Satellite P855 pictures and hands-on

Toshiba Satellite P855 pictures and hands-on

By 7 March 2012

Toshiba has previously restricted its glasses-less 3D screen technology to its high-end gaming laptops, the Qosmio range. Now the same proprietary tech has been bled down the company's product line, appearing in a mass-consumer Satellite notebook for... >>

Toshiba glasses-free 3D laptop eyes-on

Toshiba glasses-free 3D laptop eyes-on

By 15 February 2011

Over in Vegas at CES, Toshiba got a best in show nomination for its glasses-free 3D laptop prototype, although it was cruelly kept in a glass case. But now it's free and Pocket-lint has taken it for a spin - at least our eyes have. You see, unlike the... >>

CES 2011: Top 10 glasses-free 3D gadgets

CES 2011: Top 10 glasses-free 3D gadgets

By 12 January 2011

The hottest topics at CES 2011 were, without a shadow of a doubt, tablets and 3D. Pocket-lint's already told you about all the tablets and, as an overall picture, we've even described the show in 3D but there's a subsection of the latter which made a... >>

CyberLink aims for glasses free 3D on your PC

CyberLink aims for glasses free 3D on your PC

By 11 January 2011

CyberLink has revealed details of its plans for glasses-free 3D PC viewing, with an announcement regarding its "cutting-edge auto-stereo 3D solutions with strategic partners". The makers of PowerDVD, which is the on-board optical playback solution for... >>

iProject 3D from Apple incoming?

iProject 3D from Apple incoming?

By 1 December 2010

Apple has filed a patent for an autostereoscopic projection system that could provide "highly effective, practical, efficient, uncomplicated, and inexpensive autostereoscopic 3D displays that allow the observer complete and unencumbered freedom of movement".... >>

Pocket-lint Podcast #17 (NSFW)

Pocket-lint Podcast #17 (NSFW)

By 14 September 2010

Late because of leaves on the track, Podcast number 17 hits like a cheese thrown from a moving tube train (something that actually happened to one of the Johns in pop combo They Might Be Giants). Rik, Chris and Paul undertake the task of nattering about... >>

Pocket-lint Podcast #16

Pocket-lint Podcast #16

By 7 September 2010

Held back to allow the team to return from their jaunts, foreign and otherwise, the latest podcast is chock full of discussions on the best products shown at IFA, Berlin, and the Apple "Special Event" press conference. Chris talks us through the new iPod... >>

Sharp confirms glasses-less 10-inch 3D screen is for tablet

Sharp confirms glasses-less 10-inch 3D screen is for tablet

By 6 September 2010

3D TV? Yesterday's news. Active shutter glasses? Come on out of your cave. Autostereoscopic (glasses-less) 3D technology is where it's at, and it seems that all the manufacturers are rushing headlong into the field of lenticular displays like Scotsmen... >>

Display Taiwan goes bonkers over 3D TVs without the spex

Display Taiwan goes bonkers over 3D TVs without the spex

By 9 June 2010

There’s no doubt that 3D is en vogue at the moment, but it's still unsure whether consumers are willing to invest in the hardware required or not. There’s also the problem of buying into a standard which requires specific types of 3D-spex for the... >>

Newsight unveils World's largest "naked-eye" 3DTV

Newsight unveils World's largest "naked-eye" 3DTV

By 26 April 2010

Japanese company Newsight unveiled a range of autostereoscopic screens at the recent Finetech Japan 2010 expo in Tokyo. The displays, which include a 70in version, use the company's parallax barrier technology to allow viewers to see 3D images without... >>


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