There is no doubt that 2010 is going to be a huge year for 3D technologies, we have recently heard that NEC plan to release a 3D all-in-one before the end of the year, however at the moment full details are unknown.
The currently unnamed all-in-one will probably utilize use NVIDIA’s 3D Vision technology, this technology requires users to wear a set of shutter glasses, currently most systems use a USB dongle to transmit infra-red signal, however NEC may integrate the IR capabilities.
Also See: AT&T’s NEC Terrain in-depth review
NVIDIA’s 3D Vision kit costs around $200 and a half-decent all-in-one will set you back $600, therefore perhaps NEC’s 3D all-in-one will be priced at around $750, this heavily depends on specifications.
Do you think that a 3D all-in-one will be a popular device? Or do you think 3D capabilities are necessary for high-end gaming PCs?