Toshiba Satellite p755, at least the 3D isn't proprietary
Subject: Mobile | July 14, 2011 - 06:10 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: toshiba, 3d display, 15.6 inch, sandybridge
It's yet another 3D laptop, as the only thing geekier that walking around staring at a notebook is to do so wearing big green NVIDIA glasses. The arguments for and against 3D vision aside, this 15.6" 1366x768 TFT LED is powered by a 2.3GHz Core i5 with 6GB DDR3, a Geforce GT540M with 1GB dedicated VRAM and a Blue-ray drive. Those features, especially the Blue-ray and 3D display help push the price over the $1000 mark. The Inquirer had fun reviewing this laptop, but were not impressed with the low brightness in 3D mode and were very disappointed with the battery life.
"THE SATELLITE P755 is one of Toshiba's top of the range laptops. It aims to offer the full entertainment and multimedia package with Nvidia's active shutter 3D technology built in.
The laptop is good looking with its silvery grey textured finish. We think it looks stylish without going over the top and the design should appeal to a range of tastes."
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