With the launch of Windows 7 this week, PC makers are trying some new things, including laptops with touch screens. The Associated Press reports that Acer Inc. is going even further, introducing a laptop with a 3-D screen. The Acer Aspire 5738DG-6165 has a 15.6-inch screen that, with the help of special glasses, appears to take on depth if used with the right games or movies. It's not the first laptop with a 3-D screen. Sharp Corp. introduced one in 2003. Sharp's version worked without glasses, but the viewer had to be somewhat careful to keep his head in the...

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