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ASRock Vision 3D HTPC sports Intel Core processor and USB 3, but you'll have to buy your own glasses (video)

Joseph L. Flatley
May 25, 2010
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It's been a while since an ASRock piqued our interest (though we do love that name). That said, we are getting close to Computex, so we've been expecting to hear from a few old friends over the next week or so. For instance, TweakTown has just got a peek at ASRock's new Vision 3D HTPC and we must admit it's a pretty solid looking piece of kit. Inside its glossy aluminum housing one rests an Intel Core mobile processor and an NVIDIA GeForce GPU for 3D Vision graphics support, and a quick trip around the case finds four USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI 1.4 port, dual-link DVI, 7.1 audio, and a Blu-ray drive. If you're a 3D TV nut, however, you'll have to shell out extra for NVIDIA's 3D Vision kit (with glasses an appropriate software). No price yet, but they're aiming for a July street date. Video after the break.





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