Sony 3D VAIO Notebook Prototype Demonstrated at IFA 2010

At IFA 2010, 3D was everywhere this year. Name any product, and it's likely to have a 3D version on the way. Of course, 3D TVs, Blu-ray players and projectors were abundant, and all over the show floor attendees stood around in 3D glasses checking out a range of content, including Sky's coverage of the […]

At IFA 2010, 3D was everywhere this year. Name any product, and it's likely to have a 3D version on the way. Of course, 3D TVs, Blu-ray players and projectors were abundant, and all over the show floor attendees stood around in 3D glasses checking out a range of content, including Sky's coverage of the Darts World Championship on display at Sony booth.

Elsewhere, Sony were showing a 3D VAIO Notebook prototype which's set for release at some point in 2011. The notebook is compatible with same Active Shutter glasses that Sony are using on their new Bravia TVs, which's useful as they're not cheap at around £150 a pop.

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