Fujitsu's latest ESPRIMO FH550/3AM PC allows users to view 3D content on commercially available DVD software and 3D television programs by wearing glasses that come bundled with the device.
Shipment for the Japanese market will begin June 17, 2010, Fujitsu said.
The FH550/3AM, an all-in-one PC featuring a 20" widescreen LCD, is the world's first model to be integrated with three 3D functions: 3D contents viewing, conversion from 2D to 3D, and 3D contents creation.
The FH550/3AM is compatible with next-generation Blu-ray 3D standard, enabling users to enjoy 3D Blu-ray contents at home. Furthermore, it is also possible for users to view 3D videos available on YouTube and other Internet sites.
Users can convert commercially available 2D DVD movies in real time and watch them in 3D. In addition, 2D to 3D conversion is available for various PC games.
Two built-in web cameras enable the recording of original 3D videos with sound, as well as taking 3D photographs.
The computer employs circular polarization technology for 3D video display, enabling a 3D viewing environment. In addition, the PC includes a variety of 3D contents and games, allowing users to enjoy the world of 3D immediately after purchasing.
The computer, which does not come with a suggested retail price, will likely sell for around 200,000 Yen (US $2 190), 3D glasses included.
At a Tokyo event to unveil the PC, Corporate Senior Executive Vice President Hideyuki Saso said, "By introducing the 3-D PC, we are sending a message that we will be aggressively involved in the business."