There is a general feeling that the world is inching toward the next big leap in display technology: 3D displays. According to an estimate,
the market for 3D displays is expected to be worth $15.8 billion by 2015
, a figure that can only be achieved with a compound annual growth rate of 95%. This leap in display technology will straddle a wide gamut of devices and form factors.
Now, according to Taiwanese trade publication Commercial Times, HP and Dell have placed orders for 3D notebooks with original design manufacturer (ODM) Wistron . The same ODM is also said to be in talks with Sony and Lenovo. The report went on to add that Wistron’s patented 3D technology ensures that the cost of its 3D notebooks doesn’t exceed that of ordinary notebooks by much.