ViewSonic outs the V3D231 3D LED Monitor

If you are in searching for a new 3D capable monitor, this one might be another option for you, the company ViewSonic has launched its latest 3D monitor which offers 23-inch Full HD (1920×1080) LED backlight display, combined with integrated SRS Premium Sound audio speakers, and comes bundled with a pair of polarized 3D glasses and one pair of clip-on polarized lenses.

The new 3D monitor is available now for $349 and also comes with TriDef 3D software suite, that can convert your 2D images, videos  and more than 500 PC games to a new 3D experience. Other features include 20,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, brightness of 250 cd/m2, 170º/160º viewing angles and the latest-generation ClearMotiv II imaging technology for fast 2ms response time. The V3D231’s connectivity includes VGA, DVI-D and HDMI 1.4a inputs, allowing you to hook it up directly to your Blu-ray 3D player or PS3 console.

ViewSonic V3D231 Monitor

Source: ViewSonic

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