Toshiba recently released "Satelitte A665 3D notebook," containing a "Blu-Ray drive combined with GeForce GTS 350M, 1.73GHz quad Core i7, 4GB RAM, 640GB hard drive and 802.11n Wi-Fi, and a 12 cell battery."
Now, Lenovo "IdeaPad Y560d" is out of the door. This Alienware-killing piece of kit not only utilizes a 1.60GHz quad Core i7 chip, but also ships with TriDef 3D, powered by ATI's Mobility Radeon HD 5730. Combined with stereoscopic display provided on notebook, "TriDef 3D enables viewing of movies, photos and games in 3D" on machine. With a 15.6" display running at 1366x768, the user will have a large yet not bulky entrance into the 3D world. Prices start at $1,200 for the notebook.