Last week, Toshiba unveiled a glasses-free 3D laptop, the Qosmio F750. The screen displays 2D and 3D simultaneously in separate windows. The display uses a lenticular lens sheet, capable of sending slightly different images to the left and right eye separately, thus giving the user a sense of image depth. The computer has a high-definition webcam that tracks a user's eyes and consequently shifts the image that is displayed. Some customers are excited for the expanded 3D capabilities, while others say that the technology is buggy and a three-dimensional feature is unnecessary. What do you think? Will 3D laptops catch on? RESULTS