Toshiba has shown some more love to its 3D laptop extraordinaire that is the Satellite A665. The manufacturer has added 3D Blu-ray disc support as well as the ability to upscale 2D video in real time to the kind that jumps out of the screen at you.

The 3D upscaling is taken care of by the proprietary Toshiba Video Player 3D software, which you cannot put onto other machines. On top of that, the company has also added 3D streaming over the HDMI port so that you can watch all of these goodies on your 3DTV if you get bored of the 15.6-inch TruBrite HD display with LED backlighting.

Those buying the Satellite A665 new will have all this as standard, but a firmware download is also available to already purchased models. 

You can find the full details and specs on the A665 here.

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