NEO launches own 3D laptop, the Elan L4300-3D
Local laptop brand, NEO, announced today its very own 3D laptop, the Elan L4300-3D. NEO is known for its affordability while keeping up with the latest technology to compete with other brands.
So how much do you think a 3D laptop from NEO will go for? First the specs.
The Elan L4300-3D is probably NEO’s most powerful laptop to date that’s why they decided to make it “made-to-order”. This 15-inch laptop is powered by Intel’s quad-core processor Core i7-740QM and nVidia’s fastest mobile GPU, GeForce GTX 285M. It also comes with a BluRay drive and USB 3.0 ports so you don’t have to worry about future-proofing.
The 3D feature is powered by nVidia 3D Vision technology, which is a combination of an advanced GPU, 3D shutter glasses (better than the polarized kind they say), software, and a certified display.
I was able to try viewing a 3D video from the Elan L4300-3D and was pretty satisfied with it. I’m not sure if that’s the same case when playing a 2D converted to a 3D game though. Too bad it couldn’t output 3D content to a 3D TV for a larger view but a NEO rep said that you can downgrade the GPU to a lower model that supports 3D output.
Anyway, aside from 3D entertainment, the Elan L4300-3D is a mobile beast for gaming or video production so don’t think of it just a novelty 3D laptop.
The NEO Elan L4300-3D is already available but since it’s highly configurable in a made-to-order basis, allow NEO 2 to 4 weeks to get yours ready. The basic setup will cost you a whopping Php99,990.
- Intel Core i7-740QM (quad-core, 6MB Intel Smart Cache, 1.73GHz)
- Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64-Bit)
- 15.6” HD 3D Panel (1366 x 768 with 120Hz Refresh Rate which is required for 3D)
- 4GB DDR3 (expandable up to 8GB)
- nVidia GeForce GTX 285M (1 GB DDR3)
- 500GB SATA HDD
- BluRay Combo Drive
- USB 3.0
- nVidia 3D Vision Kit
- SRP: Php99,990