We hope you’re not too attached to that 20-inch DX2000 you got from LG back in July. (You did rush out and buy one, right?) ‘Cause the Korean manufacturer has just updated its line of eye-tracking, glasses-free 3Ddisplays with the 25-inch DX2500! Just like its smaller sibling, the DX2500 has a parallax barrier over the screen and an embedded camera for tracking head and eye movement. As a person shifts around the monitor it dynamically adjusts the image to (at least theoretically) maintain the best possible 3D effect. The screen also does on-the-fly 2D to 3D conversion. The DX2500 is shipping now in Korea for 1.3 million won (about $1,556) and should be available globally some time early in 2012. Check out the full PR after the break.
Remember that Qosmio F750 glasses-free 3D laptop we got our greasy paws all over back in early July? Well, it seems like it’s gotten minor moniker makeover for its US debut, and is now the F755. Thankfully, the news doesn’t end with a new name — we’ve got a price and release date for this parallax-packing lappietoo! On August 16th you’ll be able to pick up Toshiba’s latest 15.6-inch media machine starting at $1,699. The notebook will hit Fry’s, Best Buy, and Newegg all on the same day, sporting the same Core i7 processor, 6GB of RAM, 750GB hard disk, Blu-ray drive, and GeForce GT 540M GPU. Sadly, it won’t be able to convert 2D games to 3D out of the box, but Toshiba is working with Nvidia to deliver that feature by November. Now you’ll just have to bide your time till this 8-pound, “portable” 3D rig starts shipping in about two weeks.