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Acer to debut 3D notebook in October

Posted on Tuesday, June 09 2009 @ 00:00:29 CEST by

Acer announced plans to release a 15.6" 3D notebook in late October, this Windows 7 system promises to convert regular 2D movies to 3D, and will also directly support 3D movies. To take advantage of this effect you'll need to wear stereoscopic glasses, but the company also shared it's developing a model without the need for glasses.

Additionally, Acer is also working on its third-generation netbook but this computer won't be launched until Q2 or Q3 2010.
The notebook will come equipped with Windows 7 and therefore Acer will not make an official announcement until Microsoft launches the OS, Kan added.

In addition to Windows and Android models, Acer is also working on its third-generation netbook, which will feature a similar concept as MIDs or smartbooks with strong network connectivity and convenience, and it targeting a launch in the second of third quarter of 2010, Kan noted.

Source: DigiTimes



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