There is no doubt that 3D is coming strongly, whether in movies, video games, with or without glasses. Now also the Chinese manufacturer Lenovo has joined the trend, announcing a notebook with a three-dimensional screen that will come with a pair of 3D glasses so you can enjoy the experience.
Lenovo 3D Laptop
The Ideapad Y560d follows in the footsteps of Acer and Toshiba on a 15-inch computer that will use Tridef technology instead of the Nvidia system that other manufacturers have preferred. It comes with polarized glass lenses and uses a 60 Hz screen. It will also bring software to convert video and photos into three dimensions.
The Y560d will have an Intel quad-core processor (Core i7 840QM) of 1.8 GHz, 8 GB of RAM and an ATI Mobility Radeon HD5730 graphics card.