NVIDIA announced today at CES the addition of new 3D-enabled PCs and monitors from Lenovo to its stable 3D Vision enabled products. NVIDIA's 3D Vision technology allows users to experience a stereoscopic three dimensional world whether gaming or just watching movies. The 3D Vision ecosystem is now made up of over 1,000 notebook and desktop computers, displays, TVs, projectors, NVIDA GPUs, video applications, cameras and games.
Lenovo's IdeaCentre K330 PC, a 3D gaming PC housed in a tower, features NVIDIA GeForce GTX460 graphics card. In addition, the new Lenovo L2363d 23-inch 3D monitor, one of the first full-HD (1920 x 1080) monitors to feature dual webcam lenses, enables users to take 3D photos or participate in stereoscopic 3D web conferencing using NVIDIA 3D Vision glasses and technology.
"NVIDIA’s 3D Vision delivers superior quality, performance and compatibility required to our consumers to enjoy an immersive 3D entertainment experience,” said Wei Jin, director of Lenovo Idea product group. “The IdeaCentre K330 PC and L2363d monitor were designed with this in mind, providing new levels of power, performance and high-quality visuals to shift consumers’ 3D gaming and multimedia experiences into overdrive."
Lenovo expects the IdeaCentre K330 to be available in February with pricing determined by the specific configuration.