3D content can be seen on the laptop with the naked eye!
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has begun in the United States. Asus unveiled its new laptop on the technology world stage. Its model is Asus VivoBook Pro 16X 3D OLED. With this laptop, users can view and work on 3D content without 3D glasses. Asus has used OLED screen technology for the first time in a laptop.
The new laptop has a 16-inch OLED display with a resolution of 3200 by 2000 pixels and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Moreover, there is a layer of optical resin on the upper part of this laptop. There is a lenticular lens layer, which will render real-time images through eye tracking cameras and physical movement control is possible.
There is also a 2D/3D liquid crystal switching layer and anti-reflective cutting on the front layer of the laptop screen glass. Through which it is possible to easily change content from today to 3D and from 3D to today mode.
The laptop is powered by Intel Core i9 processor. Its graphics include Nvidia Ada RTX 40 series GPO and Studio drivers. 60 GB DDR5 4800 RAM and 2 TB PCI Gen 4 SSD storage.
The laptop has Full HD IR webcam with physical shutter. It is said that it will be available in black and silver colors, but its price is not known.