Toshiba has announced its glasses free 3D prototype which has been successfully displayed at Japan’s largest gadget expo, the CEATEC 2010. We have been hearing about rumours of the device for the last few months but nothing was official from the companies side. Suddenly Toshiba has come up with this new technology at the CEATEC 2010 and has surely gathered alot of attention from around the planet.
Softbank (huh?), yes it may be confusing, but its what they call Sharp nowadays in Japan. Featured above is the Softbank 824SH which was displayed at the CEATEC JAPAN 2008 in Tokyo and captured by AVING. It claims to be the world’s slimmest waterproof mobile phone, without me going into everything and destroying the excitement, here are the main specs:
- 2.8″ Widescreen QVGA LCD
- 3.2 Megapixel Camera
- 127 g
- W50.0 × H105.0 × D15.3 mm
Unfortunately like most things that launch from Japan, they take a long time or even never make it into our markets, let’s hope this one does!
Further details including a downloadable manual can be found via the Softbank link below…