So, is the 3D feature must be in: Graphic Card, Screen, or both?
Or do i need to connect my computer to 3D transmitter?????
i don't no if there is really 3d transmitter < i am just guessing!
PS: i still didn't buy this computer but i would really like to buy it,
because it seems that i can't find All-In-One Desktop that
have 3D screen! Please tell me if i am posting in the wrong place!
As far as I can tell you need HDMI 1.4 out to do blu-ray 3d and I do not know if an Intel 3000 has the power to handle it or not. Have not used anything Intel in many years. However from what I could see of the specs it does not have any HDMI ports anyway.
One primary purpose of this system is to play stereoscopic 3D Blu-ray movies. Intel representatives told me that Blu-ray 3D would work fine with 3D HDTVs, using whatever 3D glasses and built-in HDTV technology are available. It won't work, however, with existing shutter glasses for 120Hz PC displays. Intel will enable stereoscopic 3D for PC displays when 120Hz DisplayPort panels ship later in 2011.
Once I got Windows up and running and PowerDVD Ultra 10 installed, I attached the system to a 42-inch Panasonic TC-P42GT25 plasma 3D TV in the PCWorld Labs. This is when that pesky issue with the Intel HD Graphics driver revealed itself. After we downloaded and installed the latest driver, we had glorious stereoscopic 3D. We tried Ice Age 3 3D, IMAX Deep Sea 3D (which looked spectacular), and a sampler of Disney 3D animation clips.
Most modern computers (maybe not all-in-ones) have an hdmi out. I have no idea why the one you linked only only has a hdmi in. Maybe it's a specification error, but i doubt it.
Even with space issues, all-in-ones are hard to recommend. It comes with a mobile cpu, no dedicated gpu and costs too much.
Basically i well search for a company that provide
DeskTops with great Specs ( maybe AlienWare
maybe not; any suggestions on other company's? )
with touch screen of course, & i well definitely enjoy
watching 3D movies when i connect it to my TV