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amitabhbansal
01-17-2014, 10:02 PM
friends, in G750JX can we watch anaglyph 3d also? i hope it can play all 3D styles like SBS, Up n Down, Anaglyph etc etc, and can it be as real as we saw those movies in cinema or at home on 3D tvs? because everywhere i saw that this notebook is 3D Vision Ready, i dont know what does it mean, i dont have it yet but going to buy it on monday which is 2 days away.
waiting for early reply
Thank

cl-Albert
01-18-2014, 12:44 AM
If you haven't seen this older sticky thread Confused about 3D? A Guide to G series and VG series monitor compatibility and terms (http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?21507-Confused-about-3D-A-Guide-to-G-series-and-VG-series-monitor-compatibility-and-terms&country=&status=) in the G75 section, you may want to take a look, but if necessary, you probably want to confirm with the store or local ASUS support the 3D notebook you plan to purchase actually comes with a 3D notebook screen supporting 120Hz refresh rate or higher and the 3D accessories you need.

Sorry, not sure if the exact meaning of the "3D Vision Ready" term myself and am a bit of a worrier, so just wanted to make sure you checked that you don't need to attach an external 3D monitor and get more 3D accessories.
If necessary, you may want to provide us the specs of the notebook you plan to purcahse to study, but feel free to ignore me if everything looks okay for this.

Unfortunately, for these customers that are interested, we don't appear to be selling any G750 models in the U.S. and Canada with the 120Hz 3D notebook screen and 3D accessories, so just wanted you to be aware these kinds of units may not be available in all regions.

amitabhbansal
01-19-2014, 05:04 PM
thanks for your reply, i just found one thing on the asus website that this G750JX-CV069P notebook has GTX 770M graphic card and after searching for the information about it i really didnt get any usefull information, please if someone knows have some light on it, and confused in one more thing which is 3D Vision and 3D Vision 2, which one is better and which is i am getting in the notebook?
thanks
here is the specification link
http://www.asus.com/in/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/ASUS_ROG_G750JX/#specifications

cl-Albert
01-20-2014, 11:20 PM
You may also want to contact your local ASUS support through this page http://support.asus.com/Hotlines.aspx?SLanguage=en or place of purchase which should hopefully have many of the details you are asking about.

Thanks for the website specification page and at the bottom of the page under 'Note' it mentions "Model Name: G750JX-CV069P" and "Supplied Accessories: Gaming Carry bag & Headset & 3D glasses, Gaming Mouse" as well as "17.3" 16:9 FHD EWV LED Backlight/Full HD 3D(1920x1080 120Hz) Glare panel *" (not sure what that asterisk is for though) under 'Display' so it sounds like that G750JX-CV069P model in your region comes with everything you need for 3D.
Not sure if more than 1 version is available in your region, but you probably want to make sure your store is selling the exact same G750JX-CV069P model and lists the same specs/accessories as the website if that makes sense.

Anyway, you may want to check into it more in case I'm wrong about anything or there is something I'm not aware of, but hope this helps.

Shawnnepc
01-21-2014, 02:50 PM
thanks for your reply, i just found one thing on the asus website that this G750JX-CV069P notebook has GTX 770M graphic card and after searching for the information about it i really didnt get any usefull information, please if someone knows have some light on it, and confused in one more thing which is 3D Vision and 3D Vision 2, which one is better and which is i am getting in the notebook?
thanks
here is the specification link
http://www.asus.com/in/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/ASUS_ROG_G750JX/#specifications


The 3D Laptops include 3D glasses. If your laptop didn't include 3D glasses you will need to hook your laptop up to a supported 3D display.

Analyph 3D is supported on all modern NVIDIA gpus and the majority of LCD/CRT displays.

http://www.nvidia.com/object/3D-Vision-Discover-Main.html