LG outs W63D 3D Gaming Monitor

The new gamers friendly 3D monitor was announced today from LG. The 23-inchW63D has a full HD resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, 70,000:1 contrast ratio and copper panel electrodes, that provides a maximum brightness of 400 cd/m2.

The 3D Monitor has a  16:9 aspect ratio, native resolution of 1920 x 1080, response time of 5ms and with special mode called G-mode, optimizing for gaming it becomes 3ms. LG claims that the W63D minimizes crosstalk to 1.9 percent by supporting 172Hz image processing and maintaining a stable 120Hz screen as well as by supporting rapid image transition through dual gate feeding. It also feature Auto Brightness Control, which o reduce eye strain, Aspect Ratio Control- eliminates distortion across all ratios, Thru Mode ensures absolute clarity in even the fastest action sequences, in sound SRS Tru-Surround HD and has DVI and HDMI ports.

LG W63D (W2363D)


The W63D also under the name W2363D is now being rolled-out in markets worldwide for €330.


LG W63D 3D Monitor

LG W63D 3D Monitor

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