Lenovo has launched its first 3D laptop, the IdeaPad Y560d.
The new notebook features a 15.6in screen land comes with 3D glasses and software to enhance the user interface.
The demand for 3D products has boomed ever since the release of Hollywood movie Avatar. Since then, consumer electronic makers have been striving to outdo one another with 3D-enabled smartphones, TVs and media content.
Lenovo said that the laptop, which is targeted at gamers and movie buffs, will be successful as more and more media companies are coming out with 3D content such as games, TV shows and movies.
The 3D laptop, which is based on TriDef 3D technology, is also capable of converting 2D content into 3D format.
The Lenovo IdeaPad Y560d, which will be available for $1,199.99, comes with an Intel Core i7 processor and ATI Radeon HD5730 graphics card.
The company also says that the laptop can be connected to gaming consoles, set-top boxes and TVs via HDMI.