The world's first 3D laptops hit shelves tomorrow, and with a price of $2,648 each, it remains to be seen whether they are really worth shelling out that kind of cash.
Samsung is behind the new 3D laptop, which is a version of the company's Series 7 gaming laptop, which has been updated to include a "SuperBright" 1920x1080 3D LED display, according to CNET.
The popular tech blog reported about the highly-priced laptop computer on Monday, but did include a very important caveat, which is the fact that a spokesman for Samsung has said that there are no plans to release a 3D laptop in the United States. So far it is only available in Asia.
The computer, which sports a bold bright yellow cover, has a Blu-ray drive to allow for 3D movie watching, and is all driven by an AMD Radeon HD 7870M graphics card that Samsung says is made for gaming, a 128GB solid-state drive and 1-terabyte hard disk, CNET reported.
The 3D laptop also features Intel Core i7-3610QM CPU, and has three three-core processors.
Three-dimensional technology has been increasing in popularity in recent year's, especially after "Avatar" became one of the most-successful films in history by taking advantage of 3D's ability to make a visually-impressive movie even more fascinating.