Engadget managed to take a peek at a yet-unreleased Sony 3D Vaio notebook which is tipped to arrive in the market next year. That particular notebook is said to come with a 3D display that has a 240Hz refresh rate, and you can be sure that the 3D display itself will not be manufactured by Sharp because you will need to utilize Bravia shutter glasses instead. What was shown off at IFA 2010 was just a prototype model with a 16-inch display and innards of a Vaio F. Hopefully more light on this notebook will be shed when CES 2011 rolls around, and will Sony bundle the shutter glasses with each purchase, or will they take this opportunity to charge even more money as a separate purchase?
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