If I said to you auto-stereoscopic display technology would you know what I was talking about? If not here is a basic explanation; auto-stereoscopy is a process by which stereoscopic images can be made to look 3D without the need to wear 3D glasses or similar viewing devices.
Now the next question is where can you find this technology? Well you can find it in Toshiba’s latest notebook called the Toshiba Qosmio F755. That’s correct; you will be able to view both 2D and 3D movies and images directly on the display screen without having to look silly whilst wearing those chunky glasses. The images are shown on a 15.6-inch screen that utilizes double parallax image display technology. The Toshiba Qosmio F755 features a resolution of 1920 x 1080 in 2D mode, and 1366 x 768 in 3D mode.
The double parallax image display sends two sets of images at the same time splitting it between the left and the right eye. Along with this an advanced webcam detection system determines the user’s position and auto-tunes the image display for the best performance based on the angle and distance of the user to the screen. By displaying both 2D and 3D images, users can watch videos or play games in 3D whilst switching to 2D to surf the internet or do work.
The Toshiba Qosmio F755 features some powerful hardware; this includes 2.0-GHz Intel Core i7-2630QM processor, 6GB RAM expandable to 8GB, Nvidia GeForce GT540M/1GB graphics card, Blue-ray rewritable optical drive, and a 5,400-rpm 750GB hard drive.
For those into gaming, 2011 must be an exciting year for you. After all, with the advancements in technology, the whole gaming experience has taken a turn for the better with faster processing times and crystal clear graphics. So when Asus announced that they will be coming out with a new gaming laptop, the whole world waited with baited breath. Anticipation was high and rightly so for I can now tell you that the Asus G74SX is practically the bee’s knees when it comes to gaming laptops.
The Asus G74SX boasts a quad-core Intel Core i7 Processor which basically means that reaction and processing time is revolutionarily fast. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M graphics GPU ensures that graphics and images are virtually life like. You’ll feel as if you are in the game itself. And the GeForce GTX 560M GPU comes with 3 GB of GDDR5 memory. Incredible!
Not only that, you can opt for 3D display on this laptop as well. How’s that for an out of the world experience?
One main feature that gamers can look forward to is the laptop’s cooling technology. I don’t know how many times I have heard complaints from gamers that their laptops go bust earlier than they should just because of internal heating. Well, you definitely don’t have to worry about heat with the Asus G74SX because its cooling technology ensures that hot air is released from the rear of the laptop which alleviates potential damage due to overheating.
The Core i7 CPU and the GeForce GTX 560M GPU really do generate a lot of heat, so Asus really comes through with this innovative cooling technology to finally solve the heat problem so common with gaming laptops.
One thing that is really cool about the Asus G74SX is its overall classy finish, definitely better looking than most of the other gaming laptops. All in all, the Asus G74SX is set to blow past the competition.
And best of all, Asus packs all of this incredible gaming horsepower into the Asus G74SX for a screaming low price!
Gamers, you have been warned! NVIDIA has launched the all new GeForce GTX 580M and by the looks of things, you probably won’t be able to resist countless hours of gaming just to enjoy the high quality graphics produced by this GPU. It is after all the fastest Graphics Processing Unit that a notebook possesses thus far and that is why it will revolutionize and change the way you play your games from here on in.
Why should you be excited about the GeForce GTX 580M GPU? If, like me, you are a hardcore gamer, then you should really take note that the notebook PC this GPU comes in – that would be the Alienware M18X – gives you an out of this world gaming experience. Why so? The Alienware M18X has not just one, but two GPUs hardwired into its body. The speed and performance will blow you away.
You can also opt to wait a little longer because the next notebook PC that utilizes the GeForce GTX580M GPU is the all-new Alienware M17X which besides the aforementioned GPU also has NVIDIA SLI technology that gives even the most hardcore gamer’s one heck of a time.
What you can expect with this GPU would be a more realistic gaming experience because of the high quality graphics involved. Battery life will also be extended because the GPU will automatically go onto power save mode when the notebook PC is not in use. You also have the option of 3D via your GeForce GTX580M GPU because it works with NVIDIA enabled 3DTV software as well.
If you are looking for an all-in-one touch screen desktop pc then you need not look any further than Sony. There latest offering is the L Series which brings with it 3D technology that everyone is going crazy about at the minute. The 24-inch Sony VAIO L Series has a Windows 7 operating system, infrared multitouch display, Blu-ray and DVR capabilities. All this with a price tag of $1300.
Sony VAIO L Series Features:
- 24-inch (diagonal) WUXGA (1920×1080) widescreen panel
- Displays high-definition content in Full HD resolution
- Blu-ray Disc™ optical drive (some models)
- Rewritable BD drive allowing for recording, storage and playing back personal content
- Multi-media hub compatible with PC, HDTV and DVR.
- Windows® 7 Home Premium or Windows® 7 Professional 64-bit operating system.
- Intel® Core™ 2 Quad processor
- 6GB PC2-6400 (2GBx3) RAM
- 500GB (7200rpm) HDD
- Dedicated NVIDIA® GeForce ® series graphics for gaming purposes.
- Built-in wireless 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi technology
- Intel® High Definition Audio with Dolby® Digital Live
- Available in black or white
As you can see the Sony VAIO L Series all-in-one pc will offer powerful performance with its Intel® Core™ 2 Quad Q8400S processor (2.66GHz) and 6GB RAM. Along with this it it will be able to tackle any graphic requirement due to its NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 240M Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) and 1GB of dedicated video RAM.
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Ideum recently introduced its latest a 55-inch Multitouch Table, namely MT55 HD. The Ideum MT55 HD multitouch table is an appropriate choice for the places such as museums, research tabs, schools, tradeshows and some other commercial venues. As its name shows, the device has a 55-inch high definition LED backlit LCD display that supports multiple touch points which allows multiple users to interact simultaneously with a 7 – 12 ms touch response time. The display comes with a luminance of 500 cd/m2 at 120 Hz and protected by an ultra-clear, haptic, 5 mm tempered glass surface.
The 1080p full HD display of the Ideum MT55 HD multitouch table provides a 4,000,000:1 contrast ratio and a 178 degree viewing angle. The dimension of this multitouch table is 31 x 31.5 x 52.5 inches and weight is about 136 kg (350 pounds). This latest device is 31 inches tall, the power coated, aluminum and steel pedestal table and has a powerful quad-core processor and NVIDIA graphics, supported by DDR3 memory and dual hard drives.
The Ideum MT55 HD multitouch table is powered by the Intel Core i7 quad core processor running at 2.93 GHz. This impressive device runs on 64-bit Windows 7 Professional Operating System. The table also includes additional specifications like NVIDIA’s Quadro 600 PCIe graphics, 1 GB of dedicated memory, and dual 250 GB SATA HDD spinning at 7200 RPM, which makes it a very exciting device. It has some connectivity features like Bluetooth with a Bluetooth keyboard, 802.11n Wi-Fi, HDMI port, USB 2.0, 3.5 mm audio input and output jack and Ethernet.
The Ideum MT55 HD multitouch table offers an amplified Bose Articulated Array 191 stereo sound system for decent audio. It also includes 1200 W surge protection filtered air cooling and UPS backup. The table has 4 blue LED lights underneath the surface for the ground effects.