Hands on: Toshiba Satellite A665 3D laptop review
Tosh gets its 3D game on
By Marc Chacksfield
If 3D is going to take off in the UK, then it will the games industry which pioneers the technology in the home.
There’s simple logic to it: if you are happy to play a fake guitar, sing into a fake microphone and wield a controller like it’s a tennis bat, then it is more than likely you won’t mind putting on a pair of plastic specs to play a game.
Toshiba’s foray into 3D gaming is with the Satellite A665 3D laptop. The Satellite A665 comes bundled with a pair of Nvidia 3D Vision active shutter glasses, which means you can have out-of-the-box 3D playback.
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