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Acer to Release a Monitor With Built in 3D Receiver

altAcer announced they will be releasing their latest and greatest 3D monitor at the end of the month (shown for the first time at CES 2011). The monitor will offer support for NVidia 3D Vision, will be 24 inches big, will run at a Full HD 1920×1080 resolution and will have an impressive refresh rate of 120 Hz.

The monitor will also WOW you with its LED Backlight screen and a reaction time of 2 milliseconds (great for movies and gaming). The numbers REALLY start talking when we get to the dynamic contrast which is the breathtaking value of 100,000,000:1.

The monitor will have a built-in receiver synchronized to accept the signal from NVidia’s 3D Active Shutter Glasses to fully immerse you into the digital 3D world. You’ll be able to hook the GN245HQ to your computer with a DVI or an HDMI cable and it’s price is expected to be somewhere around $580.

So yeah… very groovy and a little surprising coming from a company like ACER which honestly, I’ve never liked. Looks like I’ll have to take another look at these screens (no pun intended).

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One Response to Acer to Release a Monitor With Built in 3D Receiver

  1. Vadim Schmidt February 2, 2011 at 9:56 pm #

    3D? no thanks… If I do any gaming, I plan on doing it sitting on my couch in front of my 52inch samsung LCD TV! 😉

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