Oh goodness, the silly 3D craze continues. Now Acer has an official 3D notebook. Acer didn’t go the hardware route, instead this relies on a software solution called Acer 3D CineReal, a special 3D coating on the screen, and polarizing glasses. Oh boy.
It comes with the TriDef suite of software containing the TriDef Media Player which will play your movies back in 3D, while TriDef Ignition converts games from 2D to 3D and applications supporting DirectX 9 and above.
Expect it to cost around £950.
Tags: 5738DG, Acer, Aspire, launched, notebook
Posted October 15th, 2009 in News by Michael