Those newfangled 3D displays are awesome for gaming and movie-watching alike, but there's two things about them we don't like. Wearing those silly glasses for the full 2.5 hours-plus of Avatar 3D kind of sucks, and owning a 3D TV or monitor attracts Blu-ray-loving buddies like flies – flies that leave pizza boxes and beer cans strewn across your once-clean living room. Toshiba's taken care of both of those concerns with the Qosmio F750, a laptop with a glasses-free 3D display that will let you watch your 3D Blu-ray collection from the comfort of your friend's couch.
Toshiba revealed the laptop in London earlier today,
. Display-wise, the Qosmio F750 sports a lenticular 15.6 screen with 1920x1280 resolution, an HD camera and the ability to display 2D and 3D images simultaneously in different windows. You'll also be able to convert plain old 2D images to 3D using the laptop's built-in conversion technology.
The Qosmio F750's doesn't stop with a fancy-schmancy 3D display, though. The guts of the computer are built for gaming and movie-watching, with Nvidia Geforce GT540M graphics, an Intel Core i7 processor, Harmon Kardon stereo speakers and Dolby Advanced Audio, a built-in Blu-ray drive, 6GB of RAM and a 640GB hard disk drive. All the standard connections, ports and Wi-Fi options are on-board, too.
You'll be able to boot your friends off your couch and pick up Toshiba's Qosmio F750 for $2100 in August.