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July 20, 2010

Toshiba Satellite A665-3DV is a 3D Laptop

This Intel Core i7 gaming laptop was demoed to us last week during Toshiba’s 25th year anniversary as a laptop manufacturer. It’s the 15.6-inch Toshiba Satellite A665-3DV which is probably  the first 3D-ready gaming laptop we’ve seen in the Philippines.

Toshiba Satellite A665-3DV
15.6″ widescreen LED Backlit 720p display (3D Ready)
Intel Core i7-740QM @ 1.73GHz (4 cores, 8 threads, max 2.93GHz)
4GB DDR3 RAM
NVidia GeForce GTS 350M 1GB GDDR3
640GB HDD
Blu-ray Disc Rewriteable (RE) & DVD SuperMulti drive
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 2.1
Gigabit LAN
Memory Card Reader
eSATA port, ExpressCard slot, 3 x USB 2.0 ports, HDMI port
Harman/Kardon stereo speakers
Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)

The gaming laptop comes with an NVidia 3D Vision Kit (glasses, USB controller/IR emitter, USB 2.0 cable, recharge cable) so you can play 3D games on the unit.

It also comes with a high-capacity 12-cell Li-Ion battery. Tricom, Toshiba’s distributor in the Philippines, could not give an exact price for the unit but they referred the US figures at $1,599. We’ll eventually know once it becomes available this August.

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21 Responses to “Toshiba Satellite A665-3DV is a 3D Laptop”

  1. Richard Benedict says:

    WOW!

  2. JP
    Twitter: jpcaparas
    says:

    Now wait just a darn minute! Toshiba packed in the entire motherload of hardcore mobility specs and forgot USB 3.0 ports?

    *faints*

  3. JP
    Twitter: jpcaparas
    says:

    Ooooh… so that 2.0 cable is just for the 3D Glasses. My bad. LOL

  4. ^_^ says:

    Pack your batteries, portable 3D gaming is here!

  5. Eason says:

    All nice except for the bundled windows 7 home premium, bet that is even 32 bit only. It should be ultimate in those specs already

  6. yuga says:

    @eason – it’s 64-bit na.

  7. kesterbt says:

    COOOOOOOOOL! =))

  8. Teknisyan
    Twitter: Teknisyan
    says:

    no usb 3 but you still need to wear a 3d glasses?! haysst!!!

  9. jdGONEMAD
    Twitter: jdGONEMAD
    says:

    wow. can you watch 3d porn? :D

  10. Richard Benedict says:

    @jdGONEMAD
    LOL!

  11. jay says:

    you bet its gonna be more expensive here,

    also would there be a usb2.0 to 3.0 adapter ?

  12. superdan says:

    si calvin ba yun? haha.

    anyways, i’m excited about this. i really like toshiba because of their durability, despite their sky-high prices. been waiting to see 3d tech for myself (except for movie theaters). i’m sure it will be very expensive here. also i’m just concerned that just a few games will be supporting 3d tech during its first years and the development costs will be much expensive. and so will be the cost of games.. damn…

    but all in all i’m sure this will be an excellent rig.

  13. Calvin says:

    one thing i have to say, nakakahilo sya as compared to watching it in a big screen or from a distance. siguro sanayan lang rin like playing CS.

    and you probably won’t use the 3D glasses that much since konti pa lang games na nagsusupport and movies na lumalabas in full 3D.

  14. Efren Sy says:

    tuloy mo lang yung mga kasinungalingan na sinasabi mong ginawa mo

  15. DELL
    Twitter: yopintech
    says:

    MMM GOOD INFO PERO MAS MAGANDA SA BIG SCREEN

  16. manong says:

    weeh! wla yan sa 3d electric fan ska 3d rice cooker ko! d mo n kailangan ng glasses..

  17. scsc says:

    lol at 3d fans and cooker

  18. Lance says:

    Hmm. I expect the battery to last for 2-3 hours. :D

  19. rey says:

    i have a toshiba L300 satelite, even though i bought it last year, im still proud of having a toshiba laptop, it can compete with other new laptop… nice one toshiba.

  20. Haxor says:

    @eason:All nice except for the bundled windows 7 home premium, bet that is even 32 bit only…
    hahah kelan pa nagkaron ng core i7 na 32-bit??read, read ,read..

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