NEC has today announced its new Valuestar N (VN790/BS) 3D all-in-one computer.
The Valuestar N is a 20-inch 3D-capable desktop display with a resolution of 1,600x900 pixels.
It's set to be powered by an Intel Core mobile processor, has 4GB of DDR3 RAM, 1TB HDD storage, and built-in 3W speakers. Expansion slots are available to upgrade the memory to 8GB. A TV tuner and remote is thrown in for good measure.
The Valuestar N also comes with a built-in Blu-ray player and can support full Blu-ray 3D content.
It comes with three different 3D software packages: Cyberlink PowerDVD 3D for Blu-ray, I-O DATA DigiCame3D Viewer LE for photos, and I-O DATA DigitalVideo3D Player LE for non Blu-ray videos.
To view anything in 3D a special pair of 3D glasses is required. One is included with the package, while others are available for a further $67 each.
It will be released in Japan next month for a cost of $2,450. An international release date has yet to be confirmed.
Asus is also planning a 3D all-in-one computer, set for release some time in August 2010 for an estimated $2,100. Reports have suggested that it will have a 24-inch display and will use Nvidia's 3D Vision technology to allow your favourite movie characters to crawl out of the screen.