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23" LG W2363D Full HD 120Hz 3D Black DVI 2xHDMI 1920x1080 £141.59 @ Scan

£141.59 @ Scan
Free delivery through AV Forums etc A Breakthrough 3D Full HD Experience and a Breakthrough on Price! http://www.scan.co.uk/products/nvidia-geforce-3d-vision-kit-glasses-and-ir-emitter-needs-12…
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A Breakthrough 3D Full HD Experience and a Breakthrough on Price!

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/nvidia-geforce-3d-vision-kit-glasses-and-ir-emitter-needs-120hz-monitor

Redefine standards with LG W63D, A full HD 3D monitor created for a new level of gaming experience. Its Full HD resolution comes complete with 120Hz refresh rate, allowing clear 3D picture quality by cross-minimization through 172Hz data processing. W63D series reproduces incredibly realistic 3D effect to stimulate your infinite imagination.

Full HD 3D
W2363D perfectly reproduces various Full HD 3D contents such as games, animation, and films without any loss and also supports vivid 2D picture quality that equals any 2D Full HD product.

Real time 2D to 3D conversion
When 3D contents are played, NVIDIA 3D Vision automatically senses the contents and converts to 3D mode so that 2D and 3D multimedia contents can both be enjoyed conveniently without requiring any complicated setting.

3ms response time
The ultra-fast response time of 3ms reproduces crisp pictures without transient phenomena. You can play speed games and watch action movies that have fast motion and action without ghosting or shaky image.

120HZ refresh rate
W2363 reproduces images at 120 frames per second to provide perfect reproduction of pure 120Hz next-generation fast motion pictures in 2D mode while displaying more vivid 3D pictures in the shutter glasses 3D system.

G-mode
As an exclusive feature of W63D series, G-mode provides an ideal user environment that enhance your game experience.

1.9 Crosstalk
W2363 minimized crosstalk to 1.9 percent by supporting 172Hz image processing and maintaining a stable 120Hz screen as well as by supporting rapid image transition through dual gate feeding.

Screen size (inches) 23
Panel Type (TN, IPS) TN
Type LCD HD Monitors Yes
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Resolution 1920 x 1080
Brightness (cd/m2) 400
Contrast Ratio 1000:1
Response Time (ms) 5
Viewing Angle (°) 170 /160 (CR=10)
Color Depth (Num of Colors) 16.7M
Pixel Pitch (mm) 0.0884 x 0.2652
Surface Treatment Anti-Glare
Max Input Resolution(Digital) 1920 x 1080
Recommended Resolution 1920 x 1080
H-Scanning Frequency 30 ~ 83kHz (Analog / Digital)
V-Scanning Frequency 56 ~ 120Hz
(Jack Position) Side DVI-D Yes
HDMI Yes
sRGB Yes
DDC/CI Yes
HDCP Yes
Intelligent Auto Yes
Plug & Play DDC2B
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#1
Is this a good price, i feel to buy one lol..

Panel Type: LCD
Screen Size: 23"
Pitch Size: 0.0884 x 0.2652
Connectors: 1 x DVI-D
1 x HDMI
HDCP: Yes
TV Tuner: No
Resolution: 1920x1080
Refresh Rate: 120Hz
Viewing Angle: 170/160 (°H/°V)
Contrast Ratio/DCR: 1000:1
Speakers: No
Response Time: 5 ms
Brightness: 400 cd/m²
Web Camera: No
Power Usage Uknown
VESA: Yes
3D Support: Yes
Widescreen: Yes
Monitor Colour: Black
Dimensions (with stand): Uknown

Edited By: ukez on Jun 22, 2011 15:34
1 Like #2
Add £105 for the 3D Kit, plus you need an nvidia, 3D capable, graphics card.
#3
It's a very good price for a nice screen , even web browsing and day to day use look smoother at 120hz
#4
annodomini2
Add £105 for the 3D Kit, plus you need an nvidia, 3D capable, graphics card.


So its not even 3d without spending out for the kit....Daaaaayum... I thought it would just ship with some cool shades...

Cant I just use some cheapo ones from the cinema lmao..

Doesnt it work with the ps3 without the 3d kit?


Edited By: ukez on Jun 22, 2011 16:57
1 Like #5
ukez
annodomini2
Add £105 for the 3D Kit, plus you need an nvidia, 3D capable, graphics card.


So its not even 3d without spending out for the kit....Daaaaayum... I thought it would just ship with some cool shades...

Cant I just use some cheapo ones from the cinema lmao..

Doesnt it work with the ps3 without the 3d kit?



PS3 doesn't support 120Hz 3D
#6
JustExtreme
ukez
annodomini2
Add £105 for the 3D Kit, plus you need an nvidia, 3D capable, graphics card.


So its not even 3d without spending out for the kit....Daaaaayum... I thought it would just ship with some cool shades...

Cant I just use some cheapo ones from the cinema lmao..

Doesnt it work with the ps3 without the 3d kit?



PS3 doesn't support 120Hz 3D


Thanks bud; If i'm honest i'm not up to date with all this 3D malarkey ...

Isnt the screen backward compatible then?.... So its only good for PC??

Edited By: ukez on Jun 22, 2011 19:12
#7
Forgeting the 3d nonsense is this a good monitor tempted if it is.

Thanks
#8
price has gone up
#9
£141.59 here
#10
3ms response time
The ultra-fast response time of 3ms reproduces crisp pictures without transient phenomena. You can play speed games and watch action movies that have fast motion and action without ghosting or shaky image.

Response Time (ms) 5
am I misreading?
#11
crosswski
price has gone up

need to go through today only section
#12
chevychase
It's a very good price for a nice screen , even web browsing and day to day use look smoother at 120hz


It makes no difference, its just marketing BS.

Unless youre a numbers freak with ms difference in response time, the Samsung PA panel posted the other day for a similar amount is a much better monitor, in fact the price of this LG is very close to some nice IPS monitors which would blow this away.
1 Like #13
3D in a little monitor, whats the point.
1 Like #14
hotukdealz
3D in a little monitor, whats the point.


cos you sit closer to it than a telly?

Reasonable price, but as stated, need the Nvidia stuff to go with it.
1 Like #15
weiran
chevychase
It's a very good price for a nice screen , even web browsing and day to day use look smoother at 120hz


It makes no difference, its just marketing BS.

Unless youre a numbers freak with ms difference in response time, the Samsung PA panel posted the other day for a similar amount is a much better monitor, in fact the price of this LG is very close to some nice IPS monitors which would blow this away.



I beg to differ ref it not making a difference, but I do agree that its just a load of marketing BS; its just another thing to type at the end of the model number to draw people into believing they are getting something special for that extra bit or money when really at the end of the day people should stand by the fact that all monitors should come with this stuff standard which would force the manufactures to be more competitive.

How much more hype can they sell us?


They've milked us on the TV front!
Big Screen Plasma then LCD then integrated terrestrial receiver, then DVI port, then HD Ready Standard, then integrated freeview, then DVI swapped for HDMI, then Full HD (1080P), then freesat, then 100hz, then USB ports, then DLNA and RSS feeds, then 200hz, 600gazillion hz, then Skype, then 3D and now smart TV's.

X)

Next hologram, Tele-Portation and Smeller Vision LOL..:p

Edited By: ukez on Jun 23, 2011 13:04
banned#16
How would something like this this fare hooked up to a 3D blu-ray player? ... Would it look decent as it's a relatively small monitor? ... In my head the fact it's a smaller screen means the 3D picture would be even sharper and look nicer, but I may be wrong (in-fact I'm almost certain I am).

Does the fact that it's manufacturered as a monitor make it better/worse than a unit which is made specifically as a TV?
#17
ukez
weiran
chevychase
It's a very good price for a nice screen , even web browsing and day to day use look smoother at 120hz


It makes no difference, its just marketing BS.

Unless youre a numbers freak with ms difference in response time, the Samsung PA panel posted the other day for a similar amount is a much better monitor, in fact the price of this LG is very close to some nice IPS monitors which would blow this away.



I beg to differ ref it not making a difference, but I do agree that its just a load of marketing BS; its just another thing to type at the end of the model number to draw people into believing they are getting something special for that extra bit or money when really at the end of the day people should stand by the fact that all monitors should come with this stuff standard which would force the manufactures to be more competitive.

How much more hype can they sell us?


They've milked us on the TV front!
Big Screen Plasma then LCD then integrated terrestrial receiver, then DVI port, then HD Ready Standard, then integrated freeview, then DVI swapped for HDMI, then Full HD (1080P), then freesat, then 100hz, then USB ports, then DLNA and RSS feeds, then 200hz, 600gazillion hz, then Skype, then 3D and now smart TV's.

X)

Next hologram, Tele-Portation and Smeller Vision LOL..:p


If you were a gamer then this screen could make a difference and the 120hz is not marketing bs. Because most screens today are mainly 60hz, they will only realistically display 60fps on the screen were as if you had a 120hz monitor, you could display it at 120fps which will make games feel a lot smoother and it also eliminates screen tearing. If you don't have a graphics card that will play games at higher than 60fps, don't bother for gaming. A ips screen like the dell u2311h whilst only 60hz has a better picture and is the better option.
#18
Just bought one should be arriving tomorrow morning
1 Like #19
mufcmark123
ukez
weiran
chevychase
It's a very good price for a nice screen , even web browsing and day to day use look smoother at 120hz


It makes no difference, its just marketing BS.

Unless youre a numbers freak with ms difference in response time, the Samsung PA panel posted the other day for a similar amount is a much better monitor, in fact the price of this LG is very close to some nice IPS monitors which would blow this away.



I beg to differ ref it not making a difference, but I do agree that its just a load of marketing BS; its just another thing to type at the end of the model number to draw people into believing they are getting something special for that extra bit or money when really at the end of the day people should stand by the fact that all monitors should come with this stuff standard which would force the manufactures to be more competitive.

How much more hype can they sell us?


They've milked us on the TV front!
Big Screen Plasma then LCD then integrated terrestrial receiver, then DVI port, then HD Ready Standard, then integrated freeview, then DVI swapped for HDMI, then Full HD (1080P), then freesat, then 100hz, then USB ports, then DLNA and RSS feeds, then 200hz, 600gazillion hz, then Skype, then 3D and now smart TV's.

X)

Next hologram, Tele-Portation and Smeller Vision LOL..:p


If you were a gamer then this screen could make a difference and the 120hz is not marketing bs. Because most screens today are mainly 60hz, they will only realistically display 60fps on the screen were as if you had a 120hz monitor, you could display it at 120fps which will make games feel a lot smoother and it also eliminates screen tearing. If you don't have a graphics card that will play games at higher than 60fps, don't bother for gaming. A ips screen like the dell u2311h whilst only 60hz has a better picture and is the better option.


60hz is 60 fields per second, and 2 fields makes one frame.

60hz is 30 frames
120hz is 60 frames
#20
The LG Cinema monitors should be out now and do not need any extra to get 3D.

http://www.lgblog.co.uk/2011/04/introducing-lgs-cinema-3d-monitors/
#21
I can't find this on the Today Only page.
#22
mamboboy

60hz is 60 fields per second, and 2 fields makes one frame.

60hz is 30 frames
120hz is 60 frames


The frame rate is NOT mandated to be equivalent to half the refresh rate. FPS determines how often a separate still image is displayed. Why is this related to the refresh rate? A video clip of 60 fps can be played on a display with 50Hz refresh rate, 100Hz refresh rate, 200 Hz refresh rate.


Edited By: ElliottC on Jun 23, 2011 16:28
#23
I agree with you! I have a Dell 24" 60hz monitor, and want to upgrade 120hz. Because I play FPS games online, and the difference in how smooth the game seems is very noticable.

mufcmark123
ukez
weiran
chevychase
It's a very good price for a nice screen , even web browsing and day to day use look smoother at 120hz


It makes no difference, its just marketing BS.

Unless youre a numbers freak with ms difference in response time, the Samsung PA panel posted the other day for a similar amount is a much better monitor, in fact the price of this LG is very close to some nice IPS monitors which would blow this away.



I beg to differ ref it not making a difference, but I do agree that its just a load of marketing BS; its just another thing to type at the end of the model number to draw people into believing they are getting something special for that extra bit or money when really at the end of the day people should stand by the fact that all monitors should come with this stuff standard which would force the manufactures to be more competitive.

How much more hype can they sell us?


They've milked us on the TV front!
Big Screen Plasma then LCD then integrated terrestrial receiver, then DVI port, then HD Ready Standard, then integrated freeview, then DVI swapped for HDMI, then Full HD (1080P), then freesat, then 100hz, then USB ports, then DLNA and RSS feeds, then 200hz, 600gazillion hz, then Skype, then 3D and now smart TV's.

X)

Next hologram, Tele-Portation and Smeller Vision LOL..:p


If you were a gamer then this screen could make a difference and the 120hz is not marketing bs. Because most screens today are mainly 60hz, they will only realistically display 60fps on the screen were as if you had a 120hz monitor, you could display it at 120fps which will make games feel a lot smoother and it also eliminates screen tearing. If you don't have a graphics card that will play games at higher than 60fps, don't bother for gaming. A ips screen like the dell u2311h whilst only 60hz has a better picture and is the better option.
#24
ElliottC
mamboboy

60hz is 60 fields per second, and 2 fields makes one frame.

60hz is 30 frames
120hz is 60 frames


The frame rate is NOT mandated to be equivalent to half the refresh rate. FPS determines how often a separate still image is displayed. Why is this related to the refresh rate? A video clip of 60 fps can be played on a display with 50Hz refresh rate, 100Hz refresh rate, 200 Hz refresh rate.



I know that, I'm just correcting the previous misinformation in terms of the 1:1 ratio, and that refresh rate directly correlates with the fps that was previously stated.
Low FPS = Slow framerate
Low Response time = Artifacts/'ghosting'


Edited By: mamboboy on Jun 23, 2011 17:10: ff
1 Like #25
Paid 179.99 for this only last month from Amazon. Great monitor does need some calibrating though. 120hz made a huge difference to eye strain and headaches for me. Big improvement.
#26
Gort1951
The LG Cinema monitors should be out now and do not need any extra to get 3D.

http://www.lgblog.co.uk/2011/04/introducing-lgs-cinema-3d-monitors/


But you get only 540p in 3d that is 1920x540px
#27
pozmu
Gort1951
The LG Cinema monitors should be out now and do not need any extra to get 3D.

http://www.lgblog.co.uk/2011/04/introducing-lgs-cinema-3d-monitors/


But you get only 540p in 3d that is 1920x540px


Yep, quite normal. 3D using the polarisation method requires 2 separate images of the film. So how can 2 separate images be squeezed into a 1080P movie? It stands to reason that the resolution is halved with each image being 540P and this monitor is NOT unique in producing a net 540P movie in this manner. The majority work on this principle. Some will allow for 1080P for BOTH images but I'll leave you to work out how 2 separate 1080P images can fit onto a single 1080P display.
#28
I know it's normal but many people don't know about it and it would have large impact on games quality, vertical resolution will belower than in 800x600!
And no, I don't know about 3d monitor using polarisation that gives you full resolution without actually doubling it's 2d resolution.
#29
pozmu
I know it's normal but many people don't know about it and it would have large impact on games quality, vertical resolution will belower than in 800x600!
And no, I don't know about 3d monitor using polarisation that gives you full resolution without actually doubling it's 2d resolution.


Vertical resolution will be halved but the horizontal resolution will not be reduced. Oh, the answer to my earlier poser regarding how 2 1080P images are squeezed into a 1080P panel for a 3D effect is that the horizontal resolution is halved so the amount of detail that is lost in terms of number of pixels is the same as the amount of detail lost if using 2 x 540P images.
#30
I thought the Iz3d monitor displayed the full res without losing pixels? Whereas the Zalman loses half the vertical res. This monitor doesn't lose the res but you need active glasses and the cost is much higher than Zalmans, not to mention the limits with Nvidia.
#31
Benjimoron
I thought the Iz3d monitor displayed the full res without losing pixels? Whereas the Zalman loses half the vertical res. This monitor doesn't lose the res but you need active glasses and the cost is much higher than Zalmans, not to mention the limits with Nvidia.


It has to lose some detail because 2 images have to be superimposed. 2 into 1 will not go unless the resolution is halved.
#32

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