Rise of the Glorious TRIMON
The TRIMON is the first commercial 3D monitor available to the public from Zalman, and it is not often one gets to be the first to review a finally finished product. We have been waiting for these ZM-M220W monitors to hit the shelves for a little over a year now, with the first introduction of them at CEBIT 2007.
There have been several pre-production reviews on the net, but this is the first of the finished product with the latest drivers (ForceWare 91.31 for XP) on the included CD. NVIDIA, who make the drivers for the product have finally got it together, and so we have been given a list of 100 games that support the 3D monitor in Windows Vista. I will present that list later on in the review. Right now let's take a look at the box and packaging.
Right away you can see the monitor is all about 3D visuals, and the box is all in your face, leaving you with the impression that the monitor is "all that" and more.
The packaging inside is very padded, secure and safe; exactly what you would expect for such a high-end monitor.
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- Page 1 [Introduction]
- Page 2 [Zalman's Rise to Fame]
- Page 3 [Rise of the Glorious TRIMON]
- Page 4 [The Bundle]
- Page 5 [TRIMON Specifications]
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