Viewsonic releases a comparative 24 inch 3d display

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  1. flaboy909
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    http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/41586/view...d-vision-v3d245


    Viewsonic really one-ups Sony with the Nvidia 3d support. Now my choice of a 3d monitor to purchase has been complicated two-fold [​IMG].
     
  2. chris888222

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    I don't really think it's competition. Sony has the PS TV bundled.
     
  3. Joe88

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    all these screens are too tiny (viewsconic is going after the pc market though)
     
  4. Heran Bago

    Heran Bago Where do puyo come from?

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    I have a ViewSonic monitor and I'm pretty happy with it, if these guys compete toe-to-toe with Sony it would be interesting. This is more for PC gamers like Joe88 says but I think there could be some indirect competition. Look how much Just Cause 2, the 3D gamer game, costs on Steam vs PSN. I could see PC gamers that don't need a big display jumping on this.
     
  5. Dingoo-fan 32

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    Oh man, 350$? [​IMG]
     
  6. luke_c

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    It's £350, it'll be more like $550 :|
     
  7. Windaga

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    I thought the Playstation TV wasn't 3D? I've yet to find a retailer near me that sells one, nor an international retailer that won't charge half the price in shipping. I'd love to have one of those in my room. I wonder what model PS2 it is - built in modified PS2 would be awesome.

    As for this though, the more the merrier, I suppose.
     
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    Somewhere, over there!
    Actually, they're aiming for the general gaming market. PC/PS3/Xbox 360. All that good stuff.
     
  9. YayMii

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    But 3D is how it works. The glasses work so that when playing multiplayer, it separates the screen so that Player 1 only sees the left-eye image, while Player 2 only sees the right-eye image (both in 2D), while in singleplayer the player sees each image in each eye (for the 3D effect).
     
  10. Heran Bago

    Heran Bago Where do puyo come from?

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    Which games currently use this feature?
     
  11. awssk8er

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    Still not worth the money just for 3D, in my opinion...

    The only reason why I was considering the Sony monitor is because I wanted to play my Wii and PS3 through the monitor instead of the TV... but there are many cheaper ways to do that.
     
  12. meornot0

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    Does anyone know if these will support amd gpus?
     
  13. Joe88

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    no, it only supports nvidia cards
    an alternative is an iZ3D screen
     
  14. qlum

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    Why wont people realize that dynamic contrast is a completely worthless stat?
     
  15. DSGamer64

    DSGamer64 Canadian, Eh?

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    For a computer screen it's slightly above the average size and is plenty sufficient for most users. The average monitor size today and what is considered the standard is a 22 inch screen. Unfortunately most of the other 3D capable screens available for computers are very expensive, 350 dollars isn't bad in the grand scheme of things. As for me, I wouldn't consider getting it since I don't really care about 3D gaming on my computer and I use AMD graphics anyway.
     
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