Campbell Kan, Acer Vice President for Mobile Computing Business Unit, has just given word that the 15.6-inch Aspire 3D laptop will finally arrive sometime in October this year.
As expected the unit will require stereoscopic glasses in order for the 3D effect to be viewed. However, Kan disclosed that Acer is already working on a version that won't require these glasses. Don't pass on the current version though as it already features an Acer preinstall software that is supposedly capable of turning 2D footages to 3D. Isn't that dope?! Thank you Acer!