First announced at IFA in 2010, Sony has confirmed that it will be launching it’s Sony Vaio 3D prototype this year at its press conference at CES in Las Vegas.
The new VAIO F Series will offer 3D Blu-ray support, a 16-inch Full HD VAIO Display, and the ability to switch instantly between 3D and 2D at the touch of a button.
If however the fear of having no 3D content is likely to stop you buying the new laptop, Sony will even let you convert your 2D movies and videos to 3D.
Sony says that it has used Active 3D technology rather than passive polarised 3D screens to produce a better quality experience and giving you 240fps frame refresh rate.
Inside and you get an Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce graphics with DX11, 8GB of RAM, 640 hard drive, WLAN 802.11b/g/n; Bluetooth 3.0; USB 3.0; HD web camera powered by Exmor; S-force 3D with Inbox bass-reflex speakers, and Windows 7.
The new VAIO F Series 3D notebook PC is available from the end of February 2011.