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This review is from: C2G 29858 12pk 6in Hook-and-Loop Cable Management Straps - Black
Pros: Good, Reusable, Simple, and Cheap. These are an excellent cable management tool.
Cons: None.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: If you have ever seen a hologram in real life, you would understand for sure how this might feel. Furthermore, it would be with actual games and pictures.
The 3D technology has Depth Rendering which is awesome. It can go to an extreme 3D depth which is unreal. Furthermore, if your eyes are sore you can turn the Depth down, up, or 3D rendering off / on while in game with 2 key stroke commands.
To add, the receiver is built into the monitor and the glasses come with it. Which saves money from buying the whole kit. The glasses have lasted over 3 hours without going dead (And still haven't experienced them dying on me yet.) and are charged off a cable that plugs into a USB slot. To finish, the glasses can be charging while in use.
The monitor itself has awesome contrast and brightness and one of the best in it's class.
Cons: If you are buying this for just one or two games. Check the 3D rating on the game first. In my opinion, if the game is rated Fair or below I wouldn't spend this kind of money.
Unless the game is rated 3D ready which is the highest there is going to be some minor or cosmetic flaws. Each game has something different and the Nvidia Control Panel which tells each game's rating will tell you what to expect.
An example of this is with Guild Wars 2. The game is rated Good for 3D which I really enjoy playing. One cosmetic issue is the mouse cursor if it's placed on the edge of a window that is projecting 2D (Which the window should be projecting 2D). It appears to try to be rendering the 3D cursor and 2D cursor at the same time. Though this is a very specific example and when the mouse is moved from that location it renders correctly. Which makes this a split second cosmetic event.
Other Thoughts: This is an awesome product, if used with the right applications. Make sure that this works well with whatever application you are buying it for or you might be disappointed. Nvidia is up front about the different ratings and 3D issues in each game, if there is any.
Another side note is that you should have a half way decent video card for this monitor. I have used a Nvidia 570 GTX and Nvidia 680 GTX. The 570 did at times lose 3-7 FPS in large 40+ people PvP events at times; however, the 680 never budge. Both cards handled PvE with ease.