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08/11/2011 05:30 PM ID: 90450 Permalink   

Toshiba First to Bring Glasses-Free 3-D Notebook on the Market


Toshiba just announced the release of the first 3-D notebook that works without glasses.

The Qosmio F755 comes with an Intel Core i7 processor and NVIDA GeForce 540M graphics.

Toshiba says the F55 will be available on August 16 at prices starting at $1,700.

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"To achieve a 3-D effect without glasses, the F755 uses an auto-stereoscopic display. This works by creating a double parallax image: Two images are projected simultaneously, and face-tracking technology (through the laptop´s built-in webcam) customizes the image based on the viewer´s position, delivering one image for the left eye, and one for the right."

expect most tvs to have this (as an option) in a few years
  by: conflictdiamond   08/12/2011 06:52 AM     
Not to beat a dead horse, but this is a good example of free-markets. Can you see the rapid pace of new innovative technology that benefits consumers? *competition*

No can you see how government power hungry beurcracy slows change and is incapable of innovation? and why nothing every seems to get done when left to government?*protectionist*

Its the people that make things happen

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  by: t-bagger   08/13/2011 09:43 AM     
What happens when you buy a Toshiba and it breaks on the 1st day?
You say "Toshiba sucks" and buy a Sony

Im sure you can recognize how free-markets regulate business human action in this way. If you get a bad reputation, nobody would buy. You inherently want to provide the best product/service to consumers for repeat business or else you´re bankrupt. This will always imo keep business honest *hurting the pocketbook to the point of bankruptcy without bailouts* ie capitalism.

Can we say the same for government run socialism?

I know I went on a tangent :)

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  by: t-bagger   08/13/2011 09:54 AM     
Toshiba and Sony already suck. Buy a Samsung.
  by: Lurker     08/14/2011 09:46 PM     
What if you were forced to buy a Sony and there was nothing you could do about it?

I see you are a fan of options and choices. Do you see how Samsung has an interest in providing a better service/product to get your business?

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  by: t-bagger   08/14/2011 11:58 PM     
  Why did this become political?  
In reality there is a lot more going on behind the curtain, cartels and all that crap.
  by: Kaleid   08/15/2011 01:06 AM     
Because when you deal with Socialists such a Lurker, you have to provide real life examples of capitalism, and if we could free the market of regulation which favor rich corporations, we will all be better off.

Or else they accuse you of utopia, which is retarded
  by: T-bagger   08/15/2011 02:14 AM     
Better off, as in making those rick corporations essentially the government? Except it is worse, there will be no oversight for the population, no right to freedom of information acts, no politicians to change. A leads essentially to fascism.

The rich do no need more assistence, they receive too much of it already.
  by: Kaleid   08/15/2011 02:18 AM     
"A leads essentially to fascism."

What do you think we have already? Corporations own politicians. Free the market and the rich lose all the rigged advantages.
  by: T-bagger   08/15/2011 02:58 AM     
  They don´t fully own the government  
It took them many decades to overrule glas-steagel for instance. They still need to spend billions to purchase the politicians so the ownership isn´t really there. The solution is not to remove the middle-man of government and let corporations do whatever they want in a limited state.
  by: Kaleid   08/15/2011 03:06 AM     
  Comparing socialism to free markets  
is non sequitur. Socialism isn´t about controlling markets and regulating things to death. It is a philosophy that human social well being ought to be upheld. If there is something inequitable about free trade, which offends the rights of men, then and only then will a socialist seek to reform it.
  by: H. W. Hutchins   08/15/2011 10:20 AM     
  @ Kaleid  
It became political because Tea-Party fanboy T-Bagger has a one track mind and not a lot of common sense to go with it...

I find it funny that his very first comment starts out "Not to beat a dead horse, but....." Uh, ... Dude, ... you´ve already beat the dead horse, ... to death, ... many times over... Don´t you have ANYTHING else to say, or does your entire life revolve around politics?
  by: jeffillinois   08/18/2011 03:45 PM     
Thanks for the personal attack, i welcome all.

This is the thing cool guy,

You got Socialists beating their chest about government market control on one side of their mouth. On the other side of their mouth they champion the fact that all this new technology/advancements from the competiive free market. Unfortunately these people cant seem to connect the dots, so you need to do it for them with real life examples

  by: T-bagger   08/18/2011 04:15 PM     
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