Word on the street is that MSI is planning to launch a new 3D notebook in mid-September. This 3D notebook will use polarized glasses and will cost less than $934. If the reports are accurate, it’ll be using Intel’s integrated GPU to convert 2D images to 3D images via Dynamic Digital Depth’s (DDD) TriDef 3D software. MSI, along with Acer, LG, Fujitsu, and Lenovo, will be using the same polarized 3D technology in their 3D notebooks, while Asus and Toshiba have opted to go with the more expensive, hardware-based NVIDIA 3D Vision technology.
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