If we're talking about affordable, then why aren't we talking about the iZ3D 22" 3D Monitor price drop? I just picked one of those up. I'm just so disappointed that they tout $640 as "affordable". There are 3D kits at less than a quarter that price.
[citation][nom]segio526[/nom]Uhg 16:9, really? 16:10 (8:5 I guess) or I don't buy! With the amount of space I lose to toolbars and taskbars, I'll be left with a little sliver across the middle of the screen![/citation]
[citation][nom]fstrthnu[/nom]Well hey, Dell sells their ultra-high quality (non 3-d, IPS panel) Ultrasharp U2410 for $500, so this seems pretty reasonable for a 3-d monitor.[/citation]
Compared to most Dell products, anything would look reasonable.You can find 23" ips monitors on newegg for $289, That's still a hefty premium for a novelty feature on a TN screen.
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[citation][nom]PhantomTrooper[/nom]um 16:10 is kind of a thing of the past....[/citation]
Just because people companies don't want to make 16:10 monitors anymore even though they are better. It's like analog tape recordings; sure they are a thing of the past but they sound MUCH better than digital.
Why does the monitor have to specifically support NVidia or AMD in order to display 3D.
Someone's screwed up somewhere.
The monitor should tell the glasses about the refresh.
The graphics card should tell the monitor when to refresh, just like normal?
What else is there? Ensuring the eyes aren't switched? Just put a toggle button on the glasses somewhere and allow an optional message to be sent from the graphics card.