12 Jan '11, 11am

Fujitsu unveils 'world's first' glasses-free 3-D PC: TOKYO - JAPANESE IT services giant Fujitsu on Wednesday unv...

A model displays Fujitsu's new desktop computer 'FMV FH99 Esprimo' which can show 3D images utilizing a special screen. -- PHOTO: AFP TOKYO - JAPANESE IT services giant Fujitsu on Wednesday unveiled what it calls the world's first desktop computer with a display that enables users to see 3-D images without needing special glasses. The Esprimo FH99/CM desktop PC, included in Fujitsu's new line-up of the FMV computer series, has its liquid crystal display covered by a conversion panel enabling viewers to see three dimensional images on the screen. The company plans to launch the 3-D PC on Feb 25 in Japan, eyeing later overseas launches. Fujitsu has already launched 3-D desktop computers that require viewers to wear special glasses. 'Without having to wear glasses, you can enjoy watching 3-D images with others,' said Fujitsu engineer Toshiro Ohbitsu. 'You can share the excite...

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