HP Envy 17 3D Announced

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HP Envy 17 3D Announced

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HP has announced plans to release the HP Envy 17 3D, Hewlett Packard's first foray into 3D notebook computers.

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Scheduled for release this Christmas, this HP unit features a 17.3" screen, full 1080P resolution, and LCD shutter glasses support.  What makes this product a tad more interesting is that it is based on an AMD 5850 GPU - which conceivably opens the door for gamers to use both DDD and iZ3D stereoscopic 3D drivers.  It's interesting that the choice of licensed driver has not been revealed...yet.
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Iz3d and DDD still dont have a driver that can do full HD 120hz yet do they? Unless this is the first AMD/iz3d effort? Or maybe its just checkerboard..

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Just in time for Avatar 3D Blu Ray and of course, the Hustler Avatar XXX 3D parody right? hehe. (edited by moderator: sorry, no porno links please) Because you can't watch that on a 55 inch samsung 3D blu-ray home theater setup in the family room.

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HP Envy 17 3D Announced

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HP has announced plans to release the HP Envy 17 3D, Hewlett Packard's first foray into 3D notebook computers.

HP Envy 17 3D

Scheduled for release this Christmas, this HP unit features a 17.3″ screen, full 1080P resolution, and LCD shutter glasses support.  What makes this product a tad more interesting is that it is based on an AMD 5850 GPU – which conceivably opens the door for gamers to use both DDD and iZ3D stereoscopic 3D drivers.  It's interesting that the choice of licensed driver has not been revealed…yet.


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