Hammacher Schlemmer introducing the No Glasses 3D Tablet
The tablet displays 3D movies and images without cumbersome glasses
The main reason not many people are so fond of 3D devices is the requirement to use 3D glasses. I completely agree with them as I prefer to avoid all the real 3D movies at the cinema. Not to mention I wear glasses by default and I don’t feel comfortable with putting another pair of glasses over my own. Other people might not have the same problem, but they report severe headaches and other discomfort that the 3D glasses bring along with the 3D experience. It’s true that some of the TV sets now use passive glasses rather than the expensive active sets, however the glasses are steel required. In all, currently the only device that doesn’t require such glasses is Nintendo 3DS.
Fortunately, other companies are taking the good example and right now we have some pretty awesome news. Hammacher Schlemmer has just unveiled its new tablet that not only supports 3D but also doesn’t require glasses suited for that purpose. The Hammacher Schlemmer No Glasses 3D tablet is exactly what it sounds. According to the official page, it’s an 8-incher with an LCD display that is able to support 3D content. The screen will be able to deliver different image to each eye and is set to create depth of field without this to create any discomfort or the need to wear eye lenses. Furthermore, the tablet has integrated 16GB of internal storage and also has a support for USB drivers and SDHC memory cards for storage expansion up to 32GB. Basically, no matter the limited internal storage, you will be able to play any content from removable media. Another cool thing is the tablet also automatically transforms 2D to 3D.
In terms of software, No Glasses 3D is running Android 4.1 and offers a touch capacity. In terms of connectivity, the tablet supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The device costs $349.95 and will start shipping after December 30. For more details, head to the official page.