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GeekBeatTV #224: revision3.com A 3D notebook that doesn’t make you wear special glasses, getting your phone charged without the cable mess, ivy-covered walls that could help you get off the power grid, and a review of the HTC Flyer Android tablet! Glasses-Free 3D Notebook Toshiba is bringing you a 3D notebook, with no glasses required. The Qosmio F755 will be available August 16 for 00. www.wired.com Charging Without Cables Cables are a pain, but we need them to keep our gear charged. Or do we? The MiniDock plugs into the wall, and charges your phone without a cable to be seen! www.bluelounge.com Solar Ivy There’s definitely an old-style charm to ivy covered buildings, but this new design of solar collector can make them things of beauty to the most modern alternative energy enthusiasts. geekbeat.tv JackThreads Hey guys, want to shop for clothes from your computer? Head on over to JackThreads and try them out. They can save you up to 80% on popular brands. jackthreads.com HTC Flyer Review Geek Beat blogger Leland Flynn gives his impressions of the HTC Flyer and tells us why a tablet with a stylus can be a pretty cool thing. geekbeat.tv Twitter twitter.com Facebook facebook.com Cali on Twitter twitter.com Whats your favorite Cali blooper? Leave it in the comments! Thanks for watching!
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JAPANESE HARDWARE MAKER Toshiba gave The INQUIRER a look at its Qosmio F750 3D laptop at a briefing in London the other day. The Qosmio F750 is Toshiba’s and the world’s first glasses free 3D laptop, meaning it doesn’t require cinema style or battery operated active shutter glasses to display realistic 3D content. As part of the unique feature of 3D imagery without glasses the laptop also uses its webcam to track the users head and eyes. This means it can adjust the image according to the viewing position. Specifications of the Qosmio F750 include an Intel Sandy Bridge Core i7 CPU, a 2GB Nvidia Geforce GT540M GPU, 6GB of RAM and a 640GB hard drive. Toshiba told The INQUIRER that it will be available next month and will cost around £1300. µ www.theinquirer.net
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