LG has announced several products today, including the company's first 3D notebook. The XNote R590 3D features an Intel Core i7 processor, a 1GB Nvidia GT 335M GPU, an optional Blu-ray drive and presumably most of the hardware seen on last year's XNote R590, except the 15.6-inch 3D display and polarizing glasses, of course. You'll also find TriDef software preloaded, which converts 2D video to 3D in real time. Pricing supposedly starts around $1,300 and although initial shipments are limited to South Korea, the machine should go global in August.
In addition to a new notebook, LG also introduced its W63D gaming monitor and CF3D projector – both of which are 3D-ready. The display measures 23 inches, has a 1080p resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and everything else you'd want on a standard TN-based LCD screen, while the projector transmits a full HD image through a single lens, can create up to a 200-inch picture, and comes with six pairs of glasses. Pricing and availability is a bit unclear but we've heard about $500 for the W63D and as much as $10,000 for the projector.