Sony has been showing of the prototype of a 3D laptop at the IFA event in Berlin.
The Vaio 3D laptop, which could be available by spring next year, can be switched to 2D with the touch of a button.
It will then work just like a standard laptop with 1,920×1080-pixel resolution.
Users will have to wears Sony’s 3D active shutter glasses, which could cause some amusement in the office, although the technology is most likely to be used for 3D movies and games.
Hewlett-Packard also recently announced plans for 3D laptop – the Envy 17 3D - which will play Blu-ray 3D movies and broadcast HD video.