Toshiba's Dynabook is the First 3D Blu-ray Capable Laptop 
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Written by Dick Ward   
Monday, 07 June 2010

If you're looking for 3D on the go, the Dynabook is a great option, in that it's your only option.  For now anyway. Toshiba's new laptop sports a 1,366 x 768 resolution LED backlit 120Hz LCD panel.  It comes complete with Nvidia's 3DVision, which enables 3D gaming, 3D movie watching, and – a first for laptops – 3D Blu-ray capability.

It's a capable laptop even without all the 3D functionality.  It's got 640GB of hard drive space for your movies and music, a Gefore GTS 350M handling the graphics, and an Intel Core i7-740QM processor powering everything else.

The one thing that stands out as disappointing is that the 3D Dynabook doesn't have the 3D transmitter built right in.  It'd be nice to do without all the cords.  Still, when it comes out next month in Japan, it'll be the only option.







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