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    News - Toshiba Satellite A665 takes Blu-ray 3D on the road

    The first notebook to support the Blu-ray 3D standard arrives with a Core i7 CPU, GeForce GPU and a pair of bundled 3D Vision glasses.
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    Re: News - Toshiba Satellite A665 takes Blu-ray 3D on the road

    They could've at least bundled the IR received into the chassis... even if the extendible one was an optional extra.

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    Re: News - Toshiba Satellite A665 takes Blu-ray 3D on the road

    What is the point? Without a 1920x1080 resolution (or better) there's no way I'd want to watch a Blu-Ray on it.

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    Re: News - Toshiba Satellite A665 takes Blu-ray 3D on the road

    Quote Originally Posted by Shevek View Post
    What is the point? Without a 1920x1080 resolution (or better) there's no way I'd want to watch a Blu-Ray on it.
    Indeed, utter fail tbh
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    Re: News - Toshiba Satellite A665 takes Blu-ray 3D on the road

    ROFL, the fail is epic.

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