Asus' depiction of 3D mode on the Vivobook Pro 16X 3D OLED laptop.
During the CES 2023 in Las Vegas today, Asus announced an upcoming feature that allows users to view and work with content in 3D without wearing 3D glasses. Similar technology has been used in a small number of laptops and displays before, but Asus is incorporating the feature for the first time in OLED laptop screens. Combined with high refresh rates, unique input methods like an integrated rotary dial, and the latest CPUs and laptop GPUs, the company is touting the laptops with the
Asus Spatial Vision
feature as powerful, niche options for creative professionals looking for new ways to work.
Asus' Spatial Vision 3D tech is debuting on two laptops in Q2 this year: the
ProArt Studiobook 16 3D OLED (H7604)
Vivobook Pro 16 3D OLED (K6604)
Asus' ProArt Studiobook 16 3D OLED (H7604) is one of the two PCs announced with Asus Spatial Vision. (credit:
The laptops each feature a 16-inch, 3200×2000 OLED panel with a 120 Hz refresh rate. The OLED panel is topped with a layer of optical resin, a glass panel, and a lenticular lens layer. The lenticular lens works with a pair of eye-tracking cameras to render real-time images for each eye that adjust with your physical movements.