So, with that alone, it sounds like a pretty nice computer. But that's not what's making it turn heads. That comes with the 23-inch, 1920x1080 LCDdisplay that was built to offer 3D eye-popping graphics without the need to wear special 3D glasses.
That's because it deploys the technology known as autostereoscopic 3D. Instead of building the 3D tech into glasses, which merge two simultaneous images on top of each other, the screen itself has the technology to show depth. It uses thousands of tiny mirrors built into the display to turn the flat display into something that looks like it has depth.
The Fujitsu press release was sent out exclusively in Japanese, so a launch here stateside seems far in the future, but given the growing US interest in glasses-free 3D it's certainly not a stretch to imagine it will come out here some day.
Mark Raby Based in New York City, Mark follows the consumer electronics industry like a hawk. A published book author, he has a particular affinity for 3D technology and video games, and as such will surely be in the market for a new pair of glasses soon. Mark can be contacted directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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