Lenovo announces new IdeaCenter, 23" 3D monitor

By Mike Fischer on January 6, 2011, 6:19 PM
Nvidia's 3D Vision line will be getting a boost from Lenovo following the announcement of two new products featuring 3D display compatibility right out of the box. Aimed at gamers, the Lenovo IdeaCenter K330 will be released in February with a 3.4 GHz Core i7-2600QC, GeForce GTX 460, and quick power mode adjustments via a front switch. Matching lighting indicates what mode you're in green for quiet, blue for auto adjustment, and red for performance.


Lenovo and Nvidia hope to capitalize on the IdeaCenter K330 by pairing it up with the upcoming L2363d 23-inch 3D monitor. Supporting full-HD 1920x1080 resolution and featuring dual webcams, the monitor not only displays 3D games and video, but can be used for taking stereoscopic photos and video. This makes it one of the few products to allow 3D web conferencing, provided the party on the other end also has a 3D-enabled display. So far, no pricing info has been released for either product.




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captainawesome captainawesome said:

does it need glasses?

Sarcasm Sarcasm said:

That's a pretty sexy looking tower IMO

fpsgamerJR62 said:

I wonder how well 3D Vision runs on a single GTX 460. The press release also didn't specify which GTX 460 model the K330 is fitted with since Nvidia has 3 distinct GTX 460 models.

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