Gamers tend to drive many trends in the consumer electronics world. For years, the only way you got anything 3D in the home was if you had a PC and were playing with a stereoscopic 3D driver. Some of the 3D games that NVIDIA had optimized drivers for looked good. Gamers will pay the money it costs for 3D gear in the home before your average TV watcher will and the gamer will wear the glasses that 3D requires while many people are holding at for 3D TVs that need no glasses.
If you are a gamer looking to step up to NVIDIA 3D vision gaming a new LCD is now available for you to pick up. Other than a compatible NVIDIA video card, all you need for 3D gaming action is a LCD with 120Hz refresh rate and the NVIDIA 3D Vision glasses. The Planar SA2311W LCD is a 23-inch wide 1920 x 1080 resolution LCD that has a 2ms refresh rate. That should give the screen plenty of speed to support gaming and fast action without any video issues.
The monitor will sell for $449 and it is set to ship in December. It doesn't include the 3D vision glasses, but you can bundle the 3D Vision gear with the screen for $640. The screen has 2.1 megapixels and can show 16 million colors. The panel has a refresh rate of 55hz to 120Hz and works for both 3D and 2D content. Connectivity includes VGA, DVI-D, and HDMI.
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