Three-dimensional laptop displays have been done before, and so have dual graphics cards configured in SLI. According to the boutique system builders at Origin PC, they've just never been done at the same time in a mobile form factor. That is, until now. Origin PC's EON17-X3D is supposedly the world's first 3D laptop to come with two videocards crammed inside for an insane amount of pixel-pushing power.
It's pretty much the same system as Origin PC's recently announced EON17-X, but with 3D capabilities. As a refresher, this desktop replacement is built around Intel's X79 chipset with support for second generation hexacore processors. It supports up to 32GB of 1333MHz Corsair quad-channel or up to 16GB of 1866MHz Corsair Vengeance quad-channel memory, up to three hard drives with RAID support, it has a backlit keyboard, and several other high-end amenities.
Specific to the EON17-X3D is a built-in 3D emitter and 1080p 3D display. The system comes with a pair of Nvidia 3D Vision 2 wireless glasses with LightBoost technology.
The fully customizable EON17-X3D is available now starting at $3,032.