I think 3D is cool on a notebook or a TV, but some things I prefer to view in 2D. I don’t want to have to read a lot of text wearing 3D glasses for instance. Some video I prefer in 2D as well, especially if the effects are the sort that are hard on eyes. Toshiba has a cool new notebook that is able to show both 2D and 3D video on the screen at one time.
The new notebook is the first notebook to be able to offer 3D and 2D effects simultaneously on the screen. It is called the Toshiba Dynabook Qosmio T851/D8CR. The notebook needs no glasses for 3D effects, which is a huge plus for most users. The webcam on the computer supports face tracking to make the glasses free 3D work.
The machine is also able to turn 2D video into 3D video if the user wants. The heart of the machine is an Intel Core i5 processor and graphics is handled by the GeForce GT 540M GPU. The screen is 15.6-inches wide and it has a full 1080p HD resolution. The Os is windows 7 Home Premium. It has a Blu-ray player, 750GB of storage, and 8GB of RAM. Pricing hasn't been announced and it will launch officially in July.