The slim, high-definition monitor features flicker-free FPR 3D technology to display bright, crisp and vivid 3D images. With the HDMI input, you can play 3D video and sound from the latest consumer electronics devices, from 3D Blu-ray players to gaming consoles like PS3 and Xbox 360. Also, this 3D monitor enables you to easily convert pictures, games and videos from 2D to 3D with the included TriDef 3D Software. Two pairs of lightweight and comfortable passive polarized glasses are included.
The AOC e2352Phz 3D monitor displays more than 16.7 million colors, has a 5ms response time and features an ultra-high dynamic contrast of 20,000,000:1 to reveal more depth and detail in darker scenes. It includes a built-in speaker for improved desktop sound and a built-in VESA stand for desktop placement or convenient wall mounting. The ENERGY STAR-compliant monitor’s LED backlight panel contains no toxic mercury and uses only half the power of traditional CCFL screens. To enhance your total viewing pleasure, the monitor’s design is slim and streamlined, with discreetly concealed control buttons.
Get what you pay for.
Pros: It plays 3D in both movies and games. Its definitely a step up from 2D. 23" screen, solid stand. Very slim.
Cons: There is a dead pixel in the lower center of the screen. It is bright red, not very noticable with brighter colors, but in games and movies in dark scenes it is very noticable. There is horrible ghosting on this monitor, you clearly see 2 images whether you try to or not, just one is more solid than the other. The classes are extremely cheap and flimsy, I feel like they will break just while cleaning them.
Other Thoughts: I would not be writing this review right now had I purchased this through NewEgg. NewEgg shipping is horrible, never on time and never early. I bought through a different company because it was on sale for $199.99, didnt pay for next day shipping, and still got it next day, oh how lovely. I know this is on the lower end of 3D monitors, but at the same time, if you havent experienced 3D before you will be very pleased, but again, you may wonder what a better monitor is like and how it performs once you see the flaws in this one. But if you are on a budget, this is good, but there are btter ones cheaper. I bought AOC because I have another non 3D AOC and it has been wonderful.
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Just a Question
Pros: Just wondering, how well does this monitor work with Nvidia 3D (or AMD 3D for that matter)? There's no mention of that on this page. This looks like a decent monitor for 3D (especially for the price), but I need to know if it will work for the only thing I can use it for.
Cons: The half vertical resolution thing is a bit of a drag, but probly doesn't "look" quite as bad as it sounds, we'll see.
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Good monitor with some minor drawbacks
Pros: Compared to my other 3D display (a DLP with active shutter glasses), viewing 3D content on this display is actually very pleasant. The image through the passive glasses is stable, and comfortable to look at, unlike the 60Hz flicker from my active shutter glasses, which tends to dazzle my eyes, and cause headaches.
Cons: 2D: The polarizing mask over every other row of pixels is faintly visible in 2D mode, causing a very subtle effect similar to an interlaced CRT, though not nearly as bad. Still, I would not recommend purchasing this display if you only intended to use it in 2D mode.
Other Thoughts: If you intend to use this display for PC gaming in 3D: Use a DVI connection to the monitor, not HDMI, and in the bundled TriDef 3D software, open the TriDef 3D control panel and enable “Line Interlaced (1920x1080)” mode. It is listed under “Manufacturer: (standard display types)”. The reason for this is that frame packed 3D over HDMI 1.4a at 1080p resolution is limited to 24 frames per second. This is meant for movies, and is far too low of a framerate for comfortable gaming. Selecting line interlaced mode will allow you to run at the monitor's native resolution, and still achieve 60 frames per second.
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“Compared to my other 3D display (a DLP with active shutter glasses), viewing 3D content on this display is actually ...”— ronfar623 4/7/2012
“Just wondering, how well does this monitor work with Nvidia 3D (or AMD 3D for that matter)? There's no mention ...”— 5/3/2012