Toshiba has announced the Qosmio F750 HD which the Japanese electronics giant claims is the world's first glasses-free 3D laptop.
Based on a lenticular 3D screen, the beefy Qosmio F750 also includes head and eye tracking via a built-in webcam which enables the F750 to adjust the 3D image according to the position of the user.
The 15.6-inch 3D screen offers a full HD 1920x1080 resolution driven by an Intel Core i7 running at 2-2.9GHz and an Nvidia GeForce GT 540M graphics card. The F750 doesn't skimp on storage with 640GB hard drive and 6GB of RAM.
Tech blog Engadget went hands-on with the F750 and said that the eye-tracking system was "remarkably quick" but the 3D effect took time to catch up. However the site called the effect of 3D videos "pretty mouthwatering."
The Toshiba Qosmio F750 will appear in August and will cost around £1,299.