DigiTimes heard MSI will introduce 3D notebooks in mid-September. These laptops will use polarized glasses, just like the systems from Acer, LG Electronics, Fujitsu and Lenovo. ASUS and Toshiba on the other hand use NVIDIA's shutter glasses 3D solution, which is more expensive.
Micro-Star International (MSI) will launch a 3D notebook using polarized glasses in mid-September 2010 with a price below NT$30,000 (US$934), according to sources from notebook component makers.
The notebook will use Intel's integrated GPU for display and will feature Dynamic Digital Depth's (DDD's) TriDef 3D software for transferring 2D images to 3D. The notebook will be manufactured by MSI in-house.