LG A510 The First 3D Notebook Rolls Out in October 2010

By Mayuri, Gaea News Network
Tuesday, September 28, 2010

lg-a510-xnote-mocksWe are in a state of transition from the world of 2D into the world of 3D. Enjoying movies or games in 3D has become a common phenomena now a days. At this backdrop the leading company of electronics, LG has decided to unleash the first premium notebook offering the dynamic experience of 3D. This will be the first 3D notebook delivered by LG that promises to render you the full entertainment of 3D technology. This full HD 3D notebook is dubbed as LG A510.

The entire package of this high-end tech gadget comes in an elegant chassis. It has the TriDef software that will enable you to convert 2D content into 3D according to your wishes. The manufacturers of this notebook has taken every care while designing this flagship notebook as the look of the notebook is extremely classy to please your senses and no wonder the design is just apt for the tech savvy.


The LG A510 notebook is brilliantly equipped with 15.6-inch Full HD 3D LED LCD display powered by Intel Core i7 Processor and NVIDIA GeForce GT 425M graphics card with 1GB of dedicated DDR3 video memory. LG is quite decent to include A set of clip-on 3D lenses are also included for regular glasses-wearers. With the notebook you will get polarized glasses for easier portability. This notebook will give you a fascinating audio experience beyond the visual effect as it includes SRS TruSurround HD.

LG A510 is a handsome choice and if you want to enjoy the full 3D experience in games and movies then there is no better option than this. It is available in two shiny colors such as blue-black and champagne gold. It will kick off in October 2010 in Asia, South America, the Middle East and Africa. So are you ready to buy it? Pen down your thoughts to us.

Filed under: Featured Article, LG, Laptop


October 6, 2010: 6:55 am

I think LG A510 is the best choice for me.
Please intimate me as soon as it is available in India

September 28, 2010: 8:36 am

This could be interesting. Its shocking how technology manages to keep updating after something new has just been created.

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