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3D sync

(3D SYNChronization) The precise timing of signals sent from a 3D TV or 3D monitor to the liquid crystal (LC) shutter glasses worn by the viewer. See active 3D.
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The F series laptop has a built-in 3D sync transmitter and includes 3D active glasses, allowing viewers to enjoy 3D movies and pictures in full HD 1080p resolution on its 16-inch, high-contrast, and 16x9 widescreen display.
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