Acer GN245HQ world first HDMI 3D Monitor

Acer brings the 3D world in your room with its new monitor which they claim is the first 3D monitor in the world to support the HDMI 3D solution from NVIDIA.

The Acer GN245HQ monitor has 23.6-inch LED backlit panel with Full HD (1920×1080) resolution, dynamic contrast ratio of 100 million:1, response time of just 2ms and a 120Hz refresh rate. It packs a built-in IR emitter and with HDMI 3D support will allow you to watch 3D content from set-top boxes, Blu-ray players, 3D camera and game consoles via HDMI 3D or DVI-DL (dual link).

Acer GN245HQ 3D monitor

GN245HQ has a black bezel with clean, severe lines and sharply angled surfaces, it has a built-in 2W speakers and dual-DVI and HDMI 1.4a connectors. The monitor is backed by two year warranty and will be available from mid March for £419.99 (~USD$675).

Acer GN245HQ 3D-monitor

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