Sony has unveiled its new mobile 3D experience is the Sony VAIO F 3d at CES 2011. Sony VAIO F 3d is formed on Intel’s new height and Sandy Bridge is bundled with a span of 3D active glasses, and has built-in 3D sync transmitter provided improved 3D experience.
The Sony VAIO notebook has an F 3D brings 3D 16-inch LED-backlit display with 120Hz refresh rate and full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, an S-Force Front Surround-3D system, Blu-ray combo drive, an HDMI output and the ability to instantly switch between 3D and 2D at the touch of a button. Sony will even let you convert videos and 2D movies into 3D.
Incoming Sony VAIO F 3D is powered by an Intel Core i7 2630QM quad-core 2.0 GHz to 2.9GHz (Sandy Bridge generation) comes with Turbo Boost, a 7200rpm hard drive or SSD and 640 GB combined capacity to 8 GB RAM and a GeForce 540 GT card like on Samsung 2233SW 21.5-Inch Monitor with 1GB dedicated memory. Blu-ray and a multiformat memory card slot also inluded.
Dimension of the Sony VAIO F 3d are 398.5 x 271.5 x 34-75.4 mm, is pre-installed with Windows 7 Home Premium OS and is equipped with WLAN 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, USB 3.0, HD web powered by Exmor-and S-Force 3D Inbox with bass-reflex speakers. The new F-Series VAIO notebook PC 3D will be available late February 2011 for the base price of $ 1.700.