- 1920 x 1080 2ms GTG
- DCR 1,000,000:1 (1,000:1)
- Displayport, HDMI
Mostly Okay... 12/15/2011
Three inputs: HDMI, DVI, Displayport
Bright with vivid colors
Audio jack for passing through HDMI audio
Supports TriDef 3D with Radeon HD3D
Works with Playstation 3 3D
3D glasses allow more light through than Nvidia 3D Vision, allowing for a brighter image
3D depth seems better than Nvidia 3D Vision
No wall mount options
Bulky base *and* a power brick
Some very slight light bleed toward the botton sides
At first I had mixed feelings about this monitor, I was purposely downsizing from a 27" display to gain 3D and 120hz refresh. I honestly don't see a difference with the higher refresh, and 3D was not supported in Radeon Crossfire mode at the time. On a positive note, my Playstation 3 detected 3D without any issues and looked great. Two weeks later, AMD announced a "preview" release of the Catalyst 12.1 driver set, which has allowed Crossfire to be used in HD3D mode, and now I feel better about my purchase. Some users have mentioned light bleed, and yes, there does appear to be some brighter areas along the bottom sides when viewing a black screen, but if I wasn't looking for them, I would not have noticed. The glossy screen also does tend to reflect some light from your enviornment, but not any worse than any other glossy screen. Compared to an Asus 3D display I was able to use previously, this is much brighter and vivid.
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