Sparkle bundles 3D Vision glasses with graphics cards

Sparkle_3D_visionSPARKLE Computer Co., Ltd., the professional VGA card manufacturer and supplier, today is pleased to bundle 3D Vision discover glasses promotion for users. This promotion covers SPARKLE GeForce 210 and above graphics cards (Except GeForce 9500GT and GeForce 9400GT Series).

Forming the foundation for a new consumer 3D stereo ecosystem for gaming and home entertainment PCs, combined with advanced 3D Vision technology and software from NVIDIA, SPARKLE 3D Vision discover glasses automatically transforms hundreds of PC games into full stereoscopic 3D experiences. SPARKLE 3D Vision discover glasses immerses users in a world where games, movies, and photos come to life on screen in eye-popping 3D. Now they can discover amazing stereoscopic 3D on their Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows Vista PC with their SPARKLE graphics cards.

Sparkle 3D vision glasses

Bundled with SPARKLE graphics cards, SPARKLE 3D Vision discover glasses is a complete, low cost solution to start gamers’ immersive stereoscopic 3D experience that includes:

  • Custom-designed, specialized anaglyph (red/cyan)glasses
  • NVIDIA software to transform over 350 standard PC games into full 3D
  • NVIDIA 3D Movie and Video player software, along with free downloads of 3D movies, pictures, and game previews directly to your PC
  • Four Free Games for all SPARKLE customers: Portal、Half-life2:Death Match、Half-life 2:Lost Coast and Peggle Extreme

Source: Sparkle

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