LG Electronics reveled that it is working on a nearly full HD 3D laptop that will be rolled out in the month of October. Its upcoming Xnote A510 notebook PC will use next generation technology to make it nearly full HD 3D capable. A510 features Intel Core i7 CPU and an Nvidia GeForce GT 425M GPU. It comes with 1GB of DDR 3 video memory. Moreover, the laptop has SRS TruSurround HD audio on board, which means, it will give better output sound than standard laptop.
The Xnote A510 is equipped with a 15.6-inch 3D LED-backlit display. The company claims that it is the first stereoscopic panel to sport full-HD 1,920 x 1,080 resolution. In addition, the laptop comes with 2D/3D conversion software called Tri Def. Moreover, LG offers a pair of passive 3D specs with A510.
LG has opted to offer polarised glasses than giving active shutter glasses. That makes LG one of the only a few companies to support polarised 3D over the more expensive active shutter. Also, supporting polarised glasses means that the screen probably might have a 3D panel embedded in the display.
LG has not revealed any information on, OS or price. Xnote A510 laptop will be available in blue, black and champagne gold colors.
We saw LG’s 3D projectors and TV and now by launching 3D laptop, it surely is gearing itself to capture a bigger pie of the market share. But the term “near Fully HD 3D” sounds little uncool. How we wish it was FULL HD 3D.