The Avatar may have come a long way rushing manufacturers to skip time to present their devices adapting the new technology. Now we have a really wide range of 3D-capable HDTVs, monitors, projectors or even game console available on the market, not to mention our everyday companion –laptop.
Presumably falling on NVIDIA’s newly created 3D PC lineup, Toshiba‘s first 3D-capable Satellite A665-3DV is strongly equipped as multimedia device. The new 3D-laptop features Core i7-740QM quad-core processor, Windows 7 Home Premium, 4GB of DDR3 memory, a 640GB hard drive, NVIDIA’s GeForce GTS 350M (1GB), a Blu-ray burner, LED backlit keyboard and 802.11n WiFi.
Other features packs a built-in webcam and a trackpad that looks awfully off-center looking at 1,366 x 768 native resolution spanning the 15.6-inch panel. Though this laptop supports Blu-ray and 3D, unfortunately full-HD can’t be played but we’re counting on its HDMI port.
It was listed for $1,599.99, but Amazon listing pins a $1,540.97 price tag. Considering the specs and features this was ultimately a great deal.