No Glasses 3D Tablet helps you look less dorky
When it comes to tablets, most of the world is split into the world of Android as well as Apple’s iOS-powered iPad and iPad mini. The thing is, these tablets might come with fantastic looking displays at extremely high resolution, but where 3D is concerned, tablets on either side of the divide still come up short. The $349.95 No Glasses 3D Tablet does what it says – it delivers 3D imaging on a tablet format without the need for you to wear a pair of 3D glasses, now how about that for being a whole lot less dorky?
I would suppose that the technology behind the No Glasses 3D Tablet would be pretty much similar in nature to the Nintendo 3DS, where that portable gaming handheld device could display degrees of 3D visuals depending on the slider set according to your preference, or you can choose to turn it off altogether. With the No Glasses 3D Tablet, it comes with a parallax barrier laid atop its 8″ LCD display, so that each eye receives a slightly different set of pixels. Other hardware features include 16GB of internal memory, a memory card slot for expansion purposes, the ability to distinguish between 3D and 2D content alongside automatic playback, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, a 2-megapixel camera at the back and a VGA front-facing camera. Any takers for the No Glasses 3D Tablet?