PC World: "While NVIDIA has been pushing stereoscopic 3D gaming since January with its GeForce Vision 3D technology, that has been relegated to desktop PCs. Now, Acer is introducing the world's first stereoscopic 3D laptop with the Aspire 5738D.
Launching in December for $799, this laptop's 15.6-inch display has been coated with a special 3D film that clings to the panel pixel by pixel, enabling the LCD technology to deliver 3D visuals by wearing the included polarizer glasses.
Morbello believes the step from 2D to 3D in PCs will be similar to Hollywood's jump from black-and-white to color in movies. As a result, Acer is not only working with game publishers and talking to hardware makers like NVIDIA about future 3D laptops and PCs, the company is also talking to Hollywood to support the wave of new 3D movies that have been successful on the big screen like Up!, The Final Destination, Coraline and upcoming films like A Christmas Carol and Avatar."