CES 2011 Wrap-Up: Stuff We Almost Missed
Sandy Bridge notebooks were a big hit at CES. Of course we only took interest in those that could play real 3D games. Perhaps the biggest surprise was a giant 18.4” display, Core i7-2630QM-based model from Toshiba with a GeForce GTX 460M. The new processor features a 2.9 GHz max frequency, and sources at Nvidia informed us that the GeForce GTX 400M-series graphics processors will continue to be its top parts.
Toshiba also showed us a “glasses-free” 3D display system, but this early-stage technology won’t be ready for the public until at least late Q4 of this year.