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Toshiba Qosmio F750 – Feast for the Eyes, Music to the Ears

By Daniel Goh - 20 Sep 2011

Introduction

World’s First Glasses-Free 3D Notebook

In terms of gaming notebooks, the current heavy hitters come in the form of Dell’s Alienware M17x, MSI GT780, and Toshiba’s very own Qosmio X770. However, due to the high performance level on these machines, they tend to get a little bulky and might not be a good fit for the more intermediate gamers.

This is where the Toshiba Qosmio F750 comes in. Designed as a gaming laptop, this baby comes packed with 2nd Generation Intel Core processors and even discrete NVIDIA GeForce graphics, which will definitely pack enough punch for mainstream gaming.

The sexy built-in harman/kardon speakers just add icing to the already sweet cake and best of all, the F750 comes in a chassis that doesn’t weigh a ton, making this truly a portable gaming solution.

The best part, however, is that the F750 is the first notebook ever to feature glasses-free 3D technology, including a handy option to switch between 2D and 3D graphics on-the-fly. Unfortunately for us, our review unit was not equipped with 3D Vision technology. Instead, we received the 2D model that came with Optimus technology that boosts battery performance.

Either way, we were psyched to put this gaming notebook through our grueling tests to see just how well it fares as a true portable gaming solution.

Built in a 15.6" form factor, the Toshiba Qosmio F750 comes equipped with 2nd Generation Intel Core processors, NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M graphics, and even glasses-free 3D capabilities on some models.