Today, Acer has launched their new 3D experience on laptops, which we first heard of back in June 2009.
Acer haven't taken a hardware tack – like the Nvidia 3D Vision GPU – and instead relies on using a software solution called Acer 3D CineReal and a special 3D coating on the screen, with polarizing glasses.
You'll also get the TriDef suite of software containing the TriDef Media Player which will play your movies back in 3D, whilst TriDef Ignition enables 2D to 3D conversion in games and applications supporting DirectX 9 and above.
You'll be able to throw yourself into the Acer 3D experience on the Aspire 5738DG, which will feature an Intel Centrino2 processor.
No word on UK pricing yet or detailed specs, but at NZ$1999, it looks like it will be around £950.