Does the updated 2013 Toshiba Qosmia x875 have 3D capability?

Anonymous July 16, 2013
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I am Toshiba fan, and have been using the Qosmio x875-q7390 laptop (model 2012) last year. This was a 3D laptop, so I usually needed to download the NVIDIA drivers from the site to start using the 3D on games or BluRays. The laptop came with the 3GB NVIDIA 3D VISION card and 3D glasses.

Now, I was looking to purchase its successor, the Qosmio x75-a7298 (model 2013). And I found out it does not have the 3d glasses anymore.

So, can I make the Qosmio x75-a7298 a 3d laptop by just buying the NVIDIA VISION 2 3D glasses, assuming I have a more updated GTX NVIDIA 3D Vision card (GTX 770m).

Or does the Qosmio x75-a7298 monitor not allow for 3D output anymore? I was assuming both have the same LED 3D monitor.

So could you please what is need to make the QOSMIO X75-A7298 A 3D laptop again?

Thanks

  1. Susendeep D
    July 16, 2013 at 3:25 pm

    Looking the specs of Qosmio X75-A7298,the monitor is of TFT type and has no mention of 3D.In anyway,you cannot make this laptop a 3D one.

    See the below article for clarity -

    http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/3d-tvs-what-they-are-how-they-work-and-what-can-they-show-in-3d-makeuseof-explains/

  2. Jan F
    July 16, 2013 at 10:13 am

    Since it is neither stated in the specifications nor the features I don't think the built-in display does support 3D Vision.

    The GTX 770m itself does support it so it might be possible with an external display.

    It is probably best to contact their technical support beforehand via email, telephone or Twitter (@ToshibaUSAhelp)

  3. Hovsep A
    July 16, 2013 at 8:51 am

    you want to plug external graphic card to Qosmio x75-a7298?

    why not to try trideff 3D for games
    http://www.tridef.com/
    it does not support bluray
    http://www.tridef.com/product-support/faqs/media_player