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NVIDIA's New GeForce 400M 3D Vision and Optimus Notebooks
|Date:||Fri, Sep 03, 2010 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Dan Stoltz -|
NVIDIA 3D Vision Notebooks
With the release of the new discrete notebook graphics cards by NVIDIA today, we need something to put them in. Of course they are going to have to go into a couple of new notebooks.
The ASUS G53Jw and Acer 5745DG are among the first of many notebooks that will be coming to the market in the coming weeks that will feature the new NVIDIA Graphics. One of the key points about the new notebooks that feature the 3D Vision is that there is no more external interface for the 3D Vision glasses; it is completely integrated into the new 3D Vision Laptops.
Currently there are more than 425 games that will support 3D Vision with more coming to the market.
With 3D movies becoming more prevalent in the market place you will be able to take them with you when you travel rather than being limited to watching them at home.
More and more content is being played on the web in 3D. With one of the new NVIDIA 3D Vision laptops you will be able to watch all your favorite 3D Broadcasts where ever you take your notebook.
3DTV Play will allow you to connect your 3D Ready TV to your NVIDIA GPU 3D vision ready desktop or notebook.
Wait, there's more!
The ASUS ET2400XVT is the first All-in-One 3D Vision PC. The ASUS ET2400XVT will feature the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460M.
Earlier in the article I had made the statement, "Let's take a peek at what they will do for you!" After taking a brief look at what these chips are capable of, I have to say that I am impressed. I like the Idea of having a laptop with the 3D Vision so many have come to love in desktops. Having the ability to watch 3D movies while sitting on a plane or sitting in the car for a long drive is a great plan. Though, until Legit Reviews can get our hands on a sample to test and torture it will be impossible to judge the performance of any of these units. Until we can get one keep on Fragging your Friends!
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