HP Drops Envy 17 3D Notebook With 1080p 3D Support

Posted: Sep 1 2010, 8:04am CDT | by , in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
HP Drops Envy 17 3D Notebook with 1080p 3D Support
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HP pulled the covers back and revealed the cool new Envy 17 3D computer today. The machine has a 17.3-inch screen that supports 3D and full 1080p resolution. The machine can be fitted with a Blu-ray player and ships with active 3D glasses.

The notebook can be reserved now by calling the number on the page linked here. HP is mum on the pricing for the 3D model, but the basic Envy 17 starts at $1399 so you can expect the 3D version to run much more than that. The notebook has a variety of options for storage, RAM, and processors.

Processors range from Intel dual core to quad core offerings. The machine has HD 5850 discrete graphics, and uses Beats audio for rich sound. HP will ship the 3D notebook in time for the holiday season and says pricing info will come closer to launch.

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