Monday, 29 November 2010

Asus G51J 3D Notebook Readied for a Release Next Month New Asus G51J 3D Laptop to Feature Nvidia's 3D Vision Active Shutter Technology

Although Apple have managed to monopolize the day with their Special
Event where they took the wraps off the new iPad, smaller companies
didn't call it quits and got the balls to announce new products. One of
them is ASUS who have confirmed this morning that they're actually
working on an Eee Pad tablet and who have announced availability for
their 3D noteb
ook, the ASUS G51J 3D, starting February.
The ASUS G51J 3D laptop has made it to TFTS some 3 months ago when we
learned that the device is going to feature Nvidia's 3D Vision active
shutter technology and an impressive 120Hz 15.6-inch LCD panel that does
1,366ร—768 pixel resolutions and which requires you to wear special 3D
Vision shutter glasses (60Hz on each eye, which makes it 3D). Other
specs include a GeForce GTX 260M graphics card (1GB), an Intel Core i7
processor and built-in Altec Lansing speakers.
The fun thing about the G51J is the fact that it brings an USB-based IR
transmitter to enable spatial depth in 3D games, probably why the
notebook ships with a 3D Avatar game, with Resident Evil 5, World of
Warcraft, Borderlands, and Batman: Arkham Asylum, waiting in queue to be
converted.
Expected to be released sometime next month, the ASUS G51J 3D notebook
will cost some $2,750.
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