Mebius PC-RD3D – the first 3D imaging notebook
Sharp introduced the first notebook with 2D/3D display capable of producing 3D images not requiring any 3D glasses — Mebius PC-RD3D. The model will be available for sale on October 27 with MSRP of $2995.
The new 3D imaging technology bases on the so-called "parallax barrier". In the 3D mode it enables to shift image for the right and left eyes producing stereo effect. In 2D this barrier is just transparent:
The model features 2.8GHz Pentium 4, 512Mb RAM (up to 1Gb), 60Gb HDD, DVD-MULTI drive, 15" XGA LCD (1024x768), NVIDIA GeForce 4 440Go.
Other features include Ethernet controller, 56Kbps modem, 4 x USB2.0, 1 x IEEE 1394, S-Video, PC Card Type II, CF Type II, SD/MMC and Memory Stick slots.
Batteries provide 1.3 hours of operation. Sized 352x296x46-53mm, it weighs about 4.6kg.
3D imaging is also provided by TriDef Movie Player, TriDef Photo Viewer and SHARP Smart Stereo Photo Editor/Slide Show.
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Source: PC Watch
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