MAINGEAR hops on 3D bandwagon, Prelude 2 features GeForce 3D Vision

MAINGEAR computers have today announced company's first gaming system to feature NVIDIA's GeForce 3D Vision stereoscopic 3D technology, bundling the Prelude 2 with Intel's Core i7 processor, GeForce GPU, wireless 3D glasses and a 120Hz-enabled 22-inch Samsung LCD package starts at sub-$2k.

Nvidia's GeForce 3D Vision features an active set of wireless glasses to decipher the stereoscopic 3D effect images, but only works on specialized LCDs, DLP HD TV or Projector with 120Hz refresh rate panel over dual-link DVI.

According to the graphic card maker, the GeForce 3D-ready goggle is also available for purchase separately at $199, but you'll need to gather all the ingredients to "automatically transforms hundreds of PC games into full stereoscopic 3D" or you can opt for MAINGEAR Prelude 2 for $1,999. It's available now at company's website.