Source : http://www.tgdaily.com/content/view/34279/135/
Sun Valley (CA) ? 3D displays are a niche market and we have no reason believe that this will change anytime soon. But the segment produces interesting devices for industry and enthusiast applications ? such as the Panoram PSP 2400, a stereoscopic 24? HD 3D LCD that can be yours for the price of about three regular 30? LCDs.
What I have to say :
The product webpage is here : http://www.panoramtech.com/products/PSP2400.html
I don't agree with the first sentence of the article.
It looks like this product is mainly targeting professionals.
I don't know what kind of drivers they provide.
I don't know either if they use a similar technology to the iZ3D monitors.
It's a bit too expensive for gamers.