LG Introduces מחשב נייד With screen 3D And a 3D camera
LG continues its attempts to extort the full potential of the 3D trend that is sweeping the world. After we saw her introducing the Optimus 3D smartphone Having a 3D screen that does not require glasses, Optimus Pad Which presented a 3D (with glasses), The DX2000 screen 3D viewer that follows the viewer's eyes and a variety of 3D TVs. Now a new member joins the company's impressive and extensive XNUMXD product line - Mobile Xnote A530.
The Xnote A530 will offer a 15.6-inch screen with a resolution of 1920 × 1080 (or 1366 × 768) and a rear LED illumination that uses FPR technology (RT) Film Patterned Retarder) Of the company, and enables viewing of 3D content with the help of Glasses "Passivity", lighter and more comfortable than their active counterparts.
The mobile will include a Sandy Bridge mobile processor, a GeForce GT 555M video card with Optimus technology support, up to 8GB RAM and a hard drive up to 750GB, to which an 4GB flash drive will be added using ExpressCache technology ( Similar toMobile 700G7A The new Samsung).
You will also find an Xnote A530 drive DVD Or Blu-ray drive (of your choice), Wi-Fi connectivity, and Bluetooth connectivity USB 3.0, HDMI connection, card reader with support for various 7 formats, fingerprint reader and system Sound "3D" from SRS Labs. In addition, the mobile will have a capability called "XNUMXD PT", which will allow you to create XNUMXD presentations that you can project on any system that supports the capability.
LG is not the first to offer a laptop with 3D capabilities. Toshiba introduced a few months ago Qosmio Notebook PC Which is capable of displaying 3D without the need for glasses at all, but the Xnote A530 also includes three-dimensional photography capabilities thanks to a pair of cameras in front, similar to what we saw in some Smartphones Previously. gimmick? Certainly, but one that can undoubtedly contribute to increasing sales.
The Xnote A530 is a rather chunky mobile, 2.55 kilograms and about 35 millimeters thick, which will offer a brushed aluminum finish in black that gives it a not 'classic' look not bad at all. The mobile is expected to arrive in Europe, Africa and the Middle East already this month with a price tag that has not yet been revealed (personally, we would not expect it to break cost-benefit records), and will also be offered in a "regular" version without capabilities 3D.
Do I have my computer 3D Any chance of catching? Times will tell.