Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Asus launches new portable 3D (without glasses)

Certain things are beyond anyone's opinion that the 3D glasses for me, is one of them and manufacturers are very clear. Since the launch of the new Nintendo 3DS technology world was amazed by its stunning 3D screen; Tooshiba followed his step when he introduced the Dynabook Qosmio T851/D8CR, and is now the turn of Asus.

The technology manufacturer has introduced a new handset capable of displaying images in three dimensions without the need for appropriate goggles. This is the Asus ROG G53SX and be part of the range of gaming notebooks from Asus "Republic of Gamers" needless to say it has excellent features worthy of a gaming laptop.

Among its features have Intel Core i7 processors with the new Sandy Bridge, 15.6-inch screen capable of projecting FullHD Wide 2D and 3D, 8 GB of RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M 2 GB and 10,000 RPM hard drive . Clearly more than enough to withstand the physics of the most powerful graphics engines.

The price of this beauty is not yet available but will cost a mogollón doubt, the most interesting is how it expands the 3D glasses between technological gadgets.

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