LG has announced two new additions to its Xnote A540 notebook lineup with the A540-T/D that features a 3D-capable screen and the A540-P that packs an AH-IPS display. These two follow the A540-H model introduced back at CES that offers a glasses-free 3D display that uses eye-tracking technology to properly display 3D videos and images. The A540-T/D, however, requires passive 3D glasses.
All three Xnote 540 notebook models feature the same Intel Core i7 processor with GeForce Gt555M graphics and 4.1-channel audio. They're also styled very similar to Apple's MacBook Pro lineup, featuring aluminum bodies, black bezels, and black chiclet keyboards. The A540-P model that doesn't support 3D features 1080p Full HD resolution.
The notebooks are set to arrive in Korea first and will be released worldwide sometime in the first quarter of this year. The top of the line A540-H with glasses-free 3D is priced around 2.25m Korean won, or about $2,000, the A540-T/D 3D model is priced at 1.93m won, or $1,700, and the A540-P IPS model is priced at 1.7m won, or $1,500.