Acer ready with its first 3D notebook Aspire 5738DG

October 15, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Acer is ready with its new Aspire 5738DG. The laptop maker’s first 3D notebook will come with a 15.6-inch laptop with a 3D-capable display.


The Acer Aspire 5738DG is a simpler version of a notebook, compared with those with the Nvidia 3D Vision setup. Acer had been working on this model and will now introduce it, complete with an Intel Centrino 2 processor and up to 4GB memory. If you are an avid flick freak, you may go for it as it incorporates a third generation Dolby Home Theatre that will enable you to watch 3-D movies right on your notebook.

We mentioned it’s a simpler version because laptops powered by NVIDIA’s 3D Vision set up make it a must that the user would need to have powered glasses, a 120Hz LCD monitor, and a specific desktop GPU with a dual-link DVI connection. The Acer Aspire 5738DG would not require all these, as the company has provided a flaw-free 3D-capable display. Acer software apps, such as 3D CineReal and TriDef, come as standard. It also deploys a pair of polarized glass to make movie-viewing enjoyable. What’s more, you will also be able to manipulate your PC games to 3D with the help of the TriDef app.

Acer Aspire 5738DG is expected to sell just shy of $1500 to the notebook, but we’ll have to wait before the price confirms.

(via pocket-lint)

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