There are a lot of techno-enthusiats that theorize that laptop computers with 3D content playback capabilities would be big winners with the gaming and home video crowds.
Appartently Sony agrees with those theories.
At the recent IFA Show in Berlin, Germany, sonyinsider.com reports that Sony showed a prototype version of a 3D VAIO laptop computer with a large 1.78 aspect ratio screen (16:9) and an IR transmitter that works with the company's active-shutter 3D glasses.
Exact details of the laptop are unknown, but some of the other features Sony highlighted in its 3D laptop demonstration was a button that automatically activated the 3D functionality.
The web site adds there was no official launch date given for the introduction of the laptop, and that more details will be released at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this winter.
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