3D content is one of the biggest trends in the tech world this year with all sorts of new 3D TVs coming to market and 3D Blu-ray films coming soon. Toshiba has announced a new notebook called the Dynabook TX/98MBL that is the first in the industry to support Blu-ray 3D.
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That feature will let the machine support both 3D films and 3D games. The notebook uses the NVIDIA 3D Vision technology and has a 120Hz 15.6-inch LCD. The machine uses an Intel Core i7-740QM CPU and has a 640GB HDD.
Other features include Blu-ray, 4GB of RAM, a remote control and more. The machine will launch in July at an undisclosed price.