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Seems a good price when its £264.95 on amazon and £274.99 on 0vercl0ckers
It looks like a good saving ......

LG W2363D 58.4 cm (23") LCD Monitor - 3 ms - 16:9 - Adjustable Display Angle - 1920 x 1080 - 16.7 Million Colours - 400 cd/m² - 70000:1 - DVI - HDMI - VGA - Glossy Black W2363D-PF

THIS IS A BRAND NEW UNOPENED ITEM.

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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
W2363D 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.

Features

HDMI Yes
DVI Yes
VGA Yes
Product Type LCD Monitor
Manufacturer Part Number W2363D-PF
Manufacturer Website Address lge.co.uk
Manufacturer LG Electronics
Product Model W2363D
Product Name W2363D Widescreen 3D LCD Monitor
Brand Name LG
Package Contents
# W2363D Widescreen 3D LCD Monitor
# Power Cord
# DVI-D Cable

Platform Support PC
Colour Glossy Black
Height 419 mm
Width 556 mm
Depth 206 mm
Weight with Stand (Approximate) 5.20 kg
VESA Mount Compatible Yes
Operating Power Consumption 49 W
Standby Power Consumption 1.40 W
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Screen Size 58.4 cm (23")
Screen Mode HD 1080
Number of Screens 1
HDCP Support Yes
Horizontal Viewing Angle 170°
Vertical Viewing Angle 160°
Maximum Response Time 3 ms
Adjustable Display Angle Yes
Contrast Ratio 70000:1
Brightness 400 cd/m²
Colour Support 16.7 Million Colours
Maximum Resolution 1920 x 1080

Tech Specs

HDMI Yes
DVI Yes
VGA Yes
Headphone Yes
Product Type LCD Monitor
Manufacturer Part Number W2363D-PF
Manufacturer Website Address lge.co.uk
Manufacturer LG Electronics
Product Model W2363D
Product Name W2363D Widescreen 3D LCD Monitor
Brand Name LG
Package Contents
# W2363D Widescreen 3D LCD Monitor
# Power Cord
# DVI-D Cable

Platform Support PC
Colour Glossy Black
Height 419 mm
Width 556 mm
Depth 206 mm
Weight with Stand (Approximate) 5.20 kg
VESA Mount Compatible Yes
Operating Power Consumption 49 W
Standby Power Consumption 1.40 W
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Screen Size 58.4 cm (23")
Screen Mode HD 1080
Number of Screens 1
HDCP Support Yes
Horizontal Viewing Angle 170°
Vertical Viewing Angle 160°
Maximum Response Time 3 ms
Adjustable Display Angle Yes
Contrast Ratio 70000:1
Brightness 400 cd/m²
Colour Support 16.7 Million Colours
Maximum Resolution 1920 x 1080
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#1
Looks pretty darn good! Anyone got any experience with these displays? Whats NVIDIA tech like?
#2
Great price HOT from me
#3
Gosh, tempting. Though a bit small for general TV watching.

Would this play normal 3d TV from sky and via Bluray?
#4
ought
Gosh, tempting. Though a bit small for general TV watching.

Would this play normal 3d TV from sky and via Bluray?

Beat me to that question!
#5
ought
Gosh, tempting. Though a bit small for general TV watching.

Would this play normal 3d TV from sky and via Bluray?


I would also like to know this as it could be a cheap way into trying 3D which i am guessing is glasses free ...... ?
#6
What glasses would you require with this?
#7
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2381128,00.asp

Says you need an Nvidia 3D Vision kit for 3D which are around £100 on google shopping. So pretty useless as a cheap introduction to 3D. Suffers from poor viewing angles so not so great a monitor without the 3D... better to buy the Dell 23" Ultrasharp deal going on at the moment IMO.
#8
valentins
What glasses would you require with this?


I presume the NVIDIA 3D Vision Kit:

http://www.lambda-tek.com/componentshop/index.pl?origin=gbase30.5&prodID=B468042
#9
ought
Gosh, tempting. Though a bit small for general TV watching.

Would this play normal 3d TV from sky and via Bluray?


You have to have a 3d kit i believe for the glasses
#10
toucheroar
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2381128,00.asp

Says you need an Nvidia 3D Vision kit for 3D which are around £100 on google shopping. So pretty useless as a cheap introduction to 3D. Suffers from poor viewing angles so not so great a monitor without the 3D... better to buy the Dell 23" Ultrasharp deal going on at the moment IMO.



I posted as its a £80 + saving against any other retailer and some may be interested........ Its 3 weeks + for the dell and if i am being honest i can't see what the fuss is about i've been using them at college for the last 6 months + and i couldn't believe they are usually £180 + oO They are Nice but the looks not as fresh as others. IPS though is great in a monitor !

I don't want the 3d monitor just so you know and i would consider the 23" dell but 3 weeks is too long. Most people tend to sit straight on or on a small angle. The ips would be better for home office but normal pc use it wouldn't make much difference .......... for the hour or 2 anight ect

Everyone has their own view thats all i am saying ;)

Please provide a full package that is cheaper with glasses ..... If you think its not a good deal for those who are after one or wanting i should say :D

Edited By: Gunner4Life on Mar 31, 2011 10:21
#11
I think u will find that this is a monitor not a tv so it will only work with computers and game consoles unless u can find a suitable vga to what ever connection a free view box uses or use a HDMI cable for sky it wont play tv. (at least thats the impression i get from it still worth looking into)
#12
I'm pretty sure there's only a couple of monitors available that work with PS3/Sky 3D and PC 3D in one. The majority of monitors only do the 3D for PC's.
4 Likes #13
This doesn't support HDMI 1.4. It is not a replacement for a 3DTV. It is a PC monitor that works with NVIDIA 3D Vision, and you need their glasses kit (about £100) for it to work.

You can't use your PS3 on it, you can't use Sky on it, and the only way to watch 3D Blu-ray is to use a PC with Blu-ray drive running NVIDIA 3D Vision.

Hope that's clear enough for everyone!
#14
Wouldn't mind having a 120hz monitor to defeat the 60fps cap I have on games.
I get the impression that I am quite sensitive to frame rates as I see a noticeable difference on 75mhz screens.




Edited By: MBeeching on Mar 31, 2011 10:49
#15
looks good great work
#16
Bought thinking it would work with PS3! Hopefully the seller will do the requested refund. Looks like a good monitor but not what I'm after. LG need to be much clearer in their product description with regards the NVidia glasses - isn't mentioned on Amazon or elsewhere. Just hoping paypal refund comes through quickly. If anyone knows of alternatives to this - which are PS3 compatible - would be grateful to know. Thanks
#17
Gunner4Life
toucheroar
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2381128,00.asp

Says you need an Nvidia 3D Vision kit for 3D which are around £100 on google shopping. So pretty useless as a cheap introduction to 3D. Suffers from poor viewing angles so not so great a monitor without the 3D... better to buy the Dell 23" Ultrasharp deal going on at the moment IMO.


I posted as its a £80 + saving against any other retailer and some may be interested........ Its 3 weeks + for the dell and if i am being honest i can't see what the fuss is about i've been using them at college for the last 6 months + and i couldn't believe they are usually £180 + oO They are Nice but the looks not as fresh as others. IPS though is great in a monitor !

I don't want the 3d monitor just so you know and i would consider the 23" dell but 3 weeks is too long. Most people tend to sit straight on or on a small angle. The ips would be better for home office but normal pc use it wouldn't make much difference .......... for the hour or 2 anight ect

Everyone has their own view thats all i am saying ;)

Please provide a full package that is cheaper with glasses ..... If you think its not a good deal for those who are after one or wanting i should say :D

The estimated delivery date for the Dell monitor is incorrect / misleading. I ordered the monitor on the 24th and checked the status on Tuesday. It was still announced as delivery being estimated as 26 April, then it turned up yesterday. So 6 days from order to delivery.
#18
mike203uk
Bought thinking it would work with PS3! Hopefully the seller will do the requested refund. Looks like a good monitor but not what I'm after. LG need to be much clearer in their product description with regards the NVidia glasses - isn't mentioned on Amazon or elsewhere. Just hoping paypal refund comes through quickly. If anyone knows of alternatives to this - which are PS3 compatible - would be grateful to know. Thanks


40"c750 but i imagine its to big for where you want it
#19
yanick
Gunner4Life
toucheroar
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2381128,00.asp

Says you need an Nvidia 3D Vision kit for 3D which are around £100 on google shopping. So pretty useless as a cheap introduction to 3D. Suffers from poor viewing angles so not so great a monitor without the 3D... better to buy the Dell 23" Ultrasharp deal going on at the moment IMO.



I posted as its a £80 + saving against any other retailer and some may be interested........ Its 3 weeks + for the dell and if i am being honest i can't see what the fuss is about i've been using them at college for the last 6 months + and i couldn't believe they are usually £180 + oO They are Nice but the looks not as fresh as others. IPS though is great in a monitor !

I don't want the 3d monitor just so you know and i would consider the 23" dell but 3 weeks is too long. Most people tend to sit straight on or on a small angle. The ips would be better for home office but normal pc use it wouldn't make much difference .......... for the hour or 2 anight ect

Everyone has their own view thats all i am saying ;)

Please provide a full package that is cheaper with glasses ..... If you think its not a good deal for those who are after one or wanting i should say :D


The estimated delivery date for the Dell monitor is incorrect / misleading. I ordered the monitor on the 24th and checked the status on Tuesday. It was still announced as delivery being estimated as 26 April, then it turned up yesterday. So 6 days from order to delivery.




Still i've been using it for 6 months + at college and i see no really difference unless your viewing it from the side which you shouldn't be or you use for 8 hours a day. Which is only a small number. At least you get a option for 3D if you want it which i don't. I posted it as i thought it might help a few as its got a good saving against amazon and ****.

Simply as that really. It states 3 weeks and so its too long for me even though it might come quicker but they won't always. Enjoy your monitor its perfect for a office enviroment but their is better looking ones out there for home use. Lack of hdmi put me off it personally and the designs a bit of a office feel for my liking but its a good monitor and probally not much out there better for your money !
#20
cheers for this, will look into it

By the way, this company is insane. They gave me a load of bs about them not being able to cancel it even though it's not due to ship until well into next week. I was told to tell the driver of the van that I was refusing delivery and then they would refund me. So they are sending it out only to receive it back a day or so later. They need their bumps feeling.

Gunner4Life
mike203uk
Bought thinking it would work with PS3! Hopefully the seller will do the requested refund. Looks like a good monitor but not what I'm after. LG need to be much clearer in their product description with regards the NVidia glasses - isn't mentioned on Amazon or elsewhere. Just hoping paypal refund comes through quickly. If anyone knows of alternatives to this - which are PS3 compatible - would be grateful to know. Thanks


40"c750 but i imagine its to big for where you want it
#21
Excellent find. Been after an upgrade of my Samsung 22" to a larger and higher resolution for general purpose - games, movies, software development work. The price is within my budget for a 120hz TFT.

Heat!!
#22
plus an extra £100-ish for glasses!
#23
EDEN188
Excellent find. Been after an upgrade of my Samsung 22" to a larger and higher resolution for general purpose - games, movies, software development work. The price is within my budget for a 120hz TFT.

Heat!!


£300 was your budget for a 120hz monitor ? Or tv ...
#24
Gunner4Life
EDEN188
Excellent find. Been after an upgrade of my Samsung 22" to a larger and higher resolution for general purpose - games, movies, software development work. The price is within my budget for a 120hz TFT.

Heat!!

£300 was your budget for a 120hz monitor ? Or tv ...

Nah, not bothered about the 3D stuff, just interested in the 120hz which should give games like ETQW a bit of an edge over my 2ms TFT atm. I think for this price for a 120hz TFT is justifiable, I was thinking of a bigger normal 27" TFT (Iiyama PLB2712HDS-B) for about £260, so that's about my budget. Don't need TV or 3D.
1 Like #25
EDEN188
Gunner4Life
EDEN188
Excellent find. Been after an upgrade of my Samsung 22" to a larger and higher resolution for general purpose - games, movies, software development work. The price is within my budget for a 120hz TFT.

Heat!!



£300 was your budget for a 120hz monitor ? Or tv ...


Nah, not bothered about the 3D stuff, just interested in the 120hz which should give games like ETQW a bit of an edge over my 2ms TFT atm. I think for this price for a 120hz TFT is justifiable, I was thinking of a bigger normal 27" TFT (Iiyama PLB2712HDS-B) for about £260, so that's about my budget. Don't need TV or 3D.



Added bonus then that you could get 3d on it too if you wanted :3 Glad it might help you as its worth the time posting if it helps some or someone ;)


Edited By: Gunner4Life on Mar 31, 2011 13:19
2 Likes #26
Had two of these. They are really gaming monitors. These are extremely cheap for this price- but only buy if you are going to use it for 3D gaming on PC or want something with exceptionally fast response (with thru mode activated the response time is 0 milliseconds). They are TN panels- the only ones that can do 120hz right now required for active shutter 3D on PC games. TN panels have poorer viewing angles and colour reproduction, gamut than IPS panels, not as good for 2D use or as an everyday monitor.

A good IPS much better than this for everyday use can be had for roughly this money. 3D mode it is a fairly good monitor to get to jump into the 3D gaming scene, good for the price. However it does suffer a fair bit of crosstalk (ghosting) of the image viewed through the vision glasses. This is the main problem for me with 3D gaming, only one monitor virtually eliminates this problem right now and it is around 400 pounds. The likely reason this is discounted is because in about three weeks the first next gen 120hz monitor arrives with full 1.4a HDMI, meaning it'll work with the consoles in 3D too unlike this, as well as massively reducing the crosstalk this monitor suffers.

If you do go 3D with 3D vision then you need the most powerful machine you can lay your hands on, realistically i would not bother unless you have something with a good modern card in it, like a GTX460. 3D can roughly halve your framerate on a game, so if you are playing most games now with 60 frames a second you will be just about ok, however less than that and you will be reducing settings.....



Edited By: vulcanproject on Mar 31, 2011 13:31: spelling
#27
Gunner4Life
EDEN188
Gunner4Life
EDEN188
Excellent find. Been after an upgrade of my Samsung 22" to a larger and higher resolution for general purpose - games, movies, software development work. The price is within my budget for a 120hz TFT.

Heat!!


£300 was your budget for a 120hz monitor ? Or tv ...

Nah, not bothered about the 3D stuff, just interested in the 120hz which should give games like ETQW a bit of an edge over my 2ms TFT atm. I think for this price for a 120hz TFT is justifiable, I was thinking of a bigger normal 27" TFT (Iiyama PLB2712HDS-B) for about £260, so that's about my budget. Don't need TV or 3D.


Added bonus then that you could get 3d on it too if you wanted :3 Glad it might help you as its worth the time posting if it helps some or someone ;)


Nice 1 mate, just read a few reviews (here's one) and it look positive. Plus the price is just right for me (over £200 everywhere I've seen) and as you said, 3D will be a bonus when I could get hold off 1 2nd hand cheap.

Bought 1..Cheers OP!
#28
Some people are clueless on here and shouldn't post false information.

This monitor will work with sky and ps3 it however wont be able to show 3d as this requires the already mentioned nvidia kit. The monitor still works like a normal monitor and will display any image through hdmi. This monitor is mainly aimed at 3d gaming on the PC and should be looked at in that way however it will cope fine with a ps3 or xbox connected to it.


Very good deal by the way


edit: beaten to it by vulcanproject glad some people know what they are talking about



That's what she said!

For those interested in this, remember you'll need a really powerful computer, preferably SLI as it has to run at twice the FPS. A lot of people find they can't play anywhere near the 1080p resolution they'd like too.
Thats rubbish I have a viewsonic 120Hz monitor and it runs fine at 1680 x 1050 (granted not 1080p but not far off) on my gtx260 and i5 you do not need anywhere near an sli setup



Edited By: jammydodger27 on Mar 31, 2011 13:33
#29
vulcanproject
Had two of these. They are really gaming monitors. These are extremely cheap for this price- but only buy if you are going to use it for 3D gaming on PC or want something with exceptionally fast response (with thru mode activated the response time is 0 milliseconds). They are TN panels- the only ones that can do 120hz right now required for active shutter 3D on PC games. TN panels have poorer viewing angles and colour reproduction, gamut than IPS panels, not as good for 2D use or as an everyday monitor.

A good IPS much better than this for everyday use can be had for roughly this money. 3D mode it is a fairly good monitor to get to jump into the 3D gaming scene, good for the price. However it does suffer a fair bit of crosstalk (ghosting) of the image viewed through the vision glasses. This is the main problem for me with 3D gaming, only one monitor virtually eliminates this problem right now and it is around 400 pounds. The likely reason this is discounted is because in about three weeks the first next gen 120hz monitor arrives with full 1.4a HDMI, meaning it'll work with the consoles in 3D too unlike this, as well as massively reducing the crosstalk this monitor suffers.

Thanks for the info, vulcan project, good to know. However, any new product will probably come with a premium tag, so this is best buy for me. (Not having a dig at you btw :)).
#30
EDEN188


Thanks for the info, vulcan project, good to know. However, any new product will probably come with a premium tag, so this is best buy for me. (Not having a dig at you btw :)).


Well the new one in three weeks i am looking at is the Acer GN245HQ. It will probably come in about 400 pounds, although it includes the kit you need to make 3D work. This might cost you as has been said about 270 or so to get this and the kit.

It is a pretty stark price difference, but the crosstalk is the most annoying thing for me i couldn't live with it on these monitors, and this is probably the 3rd best monitor for it on sale right now....
#31
vulcanproject
EDEN188


Thanks for the info, vulcan project, good to know. However, any new product will probably come with a premium tag, so this is best buy for me. (Not having a dig at you btw :)).


Well the new one in three weeks i am looking at is the Acer GN245HQ. It will probably come in about 400 pounds, although it includes the kit you need to make 3D work. This might cost you as has been said about 270 or so to get this and the kit.

It is a pretty stark price difference, but the crosstalk is the most annoying thing for me i couldn't live with it on these monitors, and this is probably the 3rd best monitor for it on sale right now....


Good or bad ?
#32
Gunner4Life
vulcanproject
EDEN188




Thanks for the info, vulcan project, good to know. However, any new product will probably come with a premium tag, so this is best buy for me. (Not having a dig at you btw :)).




Well the new one in three weeks i am looking at is the Acer GN245HQ. It will probably come in about 400 pounds, although it includes the kit you need to make 3D work. This might cost you as has been said about 270 or so to get this and the kit.



It is a pretty stark price difference, but the crosstalk is the most annoying thing for me i couldn't live with it on these monitors, and this is probably the 3rd best monitor for it on sale right now....




Good or bad ?


If you want to 3D game on a tight budget, or want a really fast monitor for gaming competitively, 120 frames a second vsynced etc then this is a bargain. You will not get a better 3D capable monitor for less than this, or even close to this price right now- 250 quid at least for a different model as good.

If however you just want a everyday monitor for photos, browsing, video etc then look elsewhere for an IPS panel for this kind of money. They will be better for colour and viewing angles, overall image quality.
#33
vulcanproject

If you want to 3D game on a tight budget, or want a really fast monitor for gaming competitively, 120 frames a second vsynced etc then this is a bargain. You will not get a better 3D capable monitor for less than this, or even close to this price right now- 250 quid at least for a different model as good.

If however you just want a everyday monitor for photos, browsing, video etc then look elsewhere for an IPS panel for this kind of money. They will be better for colour and viewing angles, overall image quality.

+1, I have 2 Dell IPS panels for my photo re-work and the colour is bang on for these panels. This LG I just bought will be used as a general TFT (mainly for gaming :p).
1 Like #34
EDEN188
vulcanproject


If you want to 3D game on a tight budget, or want a really fast monitor for gaming competitively, 120 frames a second vsynced etc then this is a bargain. You will not get a better 3D capable monitor for less than this, or even close to this price right now- 250 quid at least for a different model as good.



If however you just want a everyday monitor for photos, browsing, video etc then look elsewhere for an IPS panel for this kind of money. They will be better for colour and viewing angles, overall image quality.




+1, I have 2 Dell IPS panels for my photo re-work and the colour is bang on for these panels. This LG I just bought will be used as a general TFT (mainly for gaming :p).


Good gaming panels :-) especially if you love to play online against others. They sacrifice a bit of image accuracy for balls out speed. If you use it in 2D mode you can easily run games like COD MW2 @ 120 frames a second vsynced with zero monitor lag. That would give you superior response against anyone else running slower monitors and framerates.

If you are sensitive to framerates then even using it by yourself the smoothness of games and control response at those speeds is breathtaking, i played a flight sim with mine and it just adds to the realism, your eyes are completely fooled and it is as smooth as real life....
#35
Anyone know whether a Geforce 8800 GT is good enough to run 3d on this, on a quad core?
#36
mike203uk
Anyone know whether a Geforce 8800 GT is good enough to run 3d on this, on a quad core?


Not really. Not unless you take down the settings a long way on recent titles. Don't get me wrong it'll work just fine but like i said before enabling 3D with most titles is as good as halving your framerate, assuming you are already running 1920 x 1080.

So if you get like 50 frames a second normally @ 1080p then expect to find yourself with 20-25 in 3D mode, sometimes even less. Its all software dependent so some games are a bit kinder performance wise than others in 3D.

I know that an 8800GT and a quad core might be able to manage well with stuff like Batman Arkham Asylum (brilliant in 3D BTW) as long as you dial the settings back. however pretty much forget stuff like Crysis or Stalker, Metro etc, unless you fancy playing them on low
#37
I thought the seller had more than 10, but they have sold out now?!?
#39
vulcanproject
Had two of these. They are really gaming monitors. These are extremely cheap for this price- but only buy if you are going to use it for 3D gaming on PC or want something with exceptionally fast response (with thru mode activated the response time is 0 milliseconds). They are TN panels- the only ones that can do 120hz right now required for active shutter 3D on PC games. TN panels have poorer viewing angles and colour reproduction, gamut than IPS panels, not as good for 2D use or as an everyday monitor.



A good IPS much better than this for everyday use can be had for roughly this money. 3D mode it is a fairly good monitor to get to jump into the 3D gaming scene, good for the price. However it does suffer a fair bit of crosstalk (ghosting) of the image viewed through the vision glasses. This is the main problem for me with 3D gaming, only one monitor virtually eliminates this problem right now and it is around 400 pounds. The likely reason this is discounted is because in about three weeks the first next gen 120hz monitor arrives with full 1.4a HDMI, meaning it'll work with the consoles in 3D too unlike this, as well as massively reducing the crosstalk this monitor suffers.



If you do go 3D with 3D vision then you need the most powerful machine you can lay your hands on, realistically i would not bother unless you have something with a good modern card in it, like a GTX460. 3D can roughly halve your framerate on a game, so if you are playing most games now with 60 frames a second you will be just about ok, however less than that and you will be reducing settings.....








gtx260 is fine.....gtx460 isnt much faster than the gtx260....the newer higher spec cards are a lot faster though
#40
Gunner4Life
ought
Gosh, tempting. Though a bit small for general TV watching.

Would this play normal 3d TV from sky and via Bluray?


I would also like to know this as it could be a cheap way into trying 3D which i am guessing is glasses free ...... ?


Hopefully I've understood what you meant, but when you said glasses free, I'm afraid it won't be. Glasses-free 3d has got really bad viewing angles and really only works for sitting head on, therefore (at the minute) its only good for mobile devices where its aimed at you!

Hot deal for a 3d monitor though!

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