Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Acer's GD235HZ 23.6-inch 3D display





You could say 3D has hit the mainstream computer today (or something similarly bombastic and partially untrue), as Acer has just released its GD235HZ 120Hz LCD, specially prepped for working with NVIDIA's 3D Vision active-shutter glasses system. The 23.6-inch, 16:9 display retails for $399, and while it's going to be great for 3D gaming for the next few months until you grow bored of Avatar and frustrated by Left 4 Dead 2, the 1920 x 1080 resolution is going to really come in handy once the first crop of 3D Blu-ray movies starts hitting. Of course, the NVIDIA 3D Vision kit is sold separately for $199, and requires a compatible NVIDIA card, but that's a small price to pay for total spatial immersion, right? PR is after the break. Isn't it amazing to have 3D for a better gaming experience which gives you the real surround effect of the game. I wonder when will the 4D version comes out?
Check this website for more information about it
http://www.engadget.com/2010/02/01/acers-gd235hz-23-6-inch-3d-display-is-ready-for-your-glasses-eq/

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