There were a ton of cool gadgets and innovative products to drool over this year at CES 2011. With over 3.2 million square feet of show floor to cover, it can be difficult to see all of them. However, this year there were some gadgets that were so jaw-droppingly awesome that we decided to strap on some gel insoles and get them on video for every video enthusiast to see. One of those products was Sony’s new VAIO F-Series 3D laptop. Not only does it sport NVIDIA GeForce GT540M graphics with 1GB of DDR3 VRAM an Intel Quad Core i7-2630QM processor, and 8GB of DDR3 SDRAM, but it also sported a 16 inch Full HD 3D display. That means that 3D editing has now officially made its way to the world of laptops. All you gotta do is pop in a copy of Sony’s newest version of Vegas and the next video you edit will be popping off the screen for your audience to enjoy. We wish we could have taken more video of the laptop in action but as you can imagine the product was in high demand at CES. Either way, you can take a look at the video of the laptop that we were able to get below to see what all the hype is about. The laptop will start at $1,700.
Stuff You Need to Know
You’ve probably heard the acronym LUT, or Look Up Table, used ambiguously. Here’s what you should know when adding LUTs to your workflow.