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Toshiba dynabook TX/98MBL 3D notebook
Photo: Company [Jun 10, 2010]

Toshiba has announced a notebook that features playback of 3D content in the Blu-ray 3D format - the dynabook TX/98MBL which will be available at the end of July in the Japan market.

The dynabook TX/98MBL features a 15.6-inch wide LCD display with LED backlighting and 120Hz. It employs WinDVD BD for Toshiba to play back content in the Blu-ray 3D format and Nvidia 3D Vision software and hardware to deliver a rich 3D experience.

The new 3D notebook also adopts Nvidia's latest GeForce GTS 350M graphics card with 1GB video RAM dedicated to graphics processing.

A pair of wireless 3D active shutter glasses will be bundled with the dynabook TX/98MBL.

For other hardware components, the notebook is equipped with Intel's Core i7-740QM processor and 640GB hard disk drive.

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