Summary: Overall, although the Toshiba Qosmio F750 is a decent enough all-rounder, it's not worth buying for the 3D screen alone. Options we've seen with active or passive glasses have actually offered better 3D images, and we'd be tempted to wait until the tech matures if you really want a glasses-free laptop.
Excerpt: Nintendo was the first to market with a 3D mobile device that didn't require you to be kitted out in point-and-laugh-at-the-geek inducing spectacles. Given the technology in the Nintendo 3DS was based on a Sharp panel using some dark third dimension juju, we expected Sharp to be next up but Toshiba beat everyone to the punch. Enter the Toshiba Qosmio F750 3D laptop.
Pros: Brilliant 3D depth, Clever eye-tracking tech
Cons: Strictly a solitary experience, Short battery life