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ASUS & Lenovo at CES 2011

While the ASUS press conference was very disappointing for stereoscopic 3D gamers (not ONE mention of 3D gaming!), there was some hidden gold!

Gary Key (left), Jonney Shih (ASUS Chairman, Right)

While the green light was too late for the conference, Gary Key, Technical Marketing Manager for ASUS shared some tidbits about their upcoming 27” 3D Vision Ready Full HD monitor.  It was late to production because of some component shortages, but he expressed confidence in its impending release.

Gary also mentioned their new G53SW notebook featuring 15.6” 3D Vision Ready display and updated Intel Sandy Bridge architecture (I7).  The G73 is their planned 17” equivalent.  We will do our best to update the info with pictures, etc.

Kevin Gao, Product Director (Lenovo)

We had more luck with Lenovo.  Kevin Gao, the Product Director (IPG Notebook Ideapad PM) showed us the Ideapad Y570 featuring 3D Vision compatibility, Intel Sandy Bridge architecture (Quad Core), and DX11 compatibility.  The Y570 wasn’t yet prepped for 3D content display (that was being prepped for today), and instead focused on the blazing fast SSD hard drive performance.

Wei Jin, Director of Product Marketing (Lenovo)

Wei Jin, Director of Product Marketing (Consumer Desktop Business Unit) demonstrated their line of all-in-one PCs.  This too is Nvidia GeForce 3D Vision approved, and had the option for GTX580 GPU support.  The 23” model had the advantage of five internal speakers while the 21.5” unit has just two.

All the above Lenovo units are expected to have HDMI 1.4 support, but Kevin and Wei weren’t 100% sure.  Pricing and release dates are still up in the air.