I just seen the specs for this monitor: http://www.lg.com/sg/it-product/monitor ... D2342P.jsp
Looks like it supports blu-ray 3d 1080p, i think all blu-ray 3d movies are 1080p. Your video card for playback acceleration for a list is here: http://www.amd.com/us/products/technolo ... dware.aspx
If your laptop is supported then the movie playback will not use your cpu.
What matters most is the display because you can always buy blu-ray 3d movies and rip them to file in a 720p format too: http://www.dvdfab.com/blu-ray-3d-ripper.htm
I got this software and i encoded my blu-ray 3d movie into .wmv 3d and it was real good. Then i use Sview 3d player to play them back. I'm not 1080p compliant yet.
If you can get a blu-ray 3d movie and a demo of cyberlink powerdvd 11 ultra 3d and try and play it back in anylgragh red blue, then you could see if your computer is also ready. I just want you to be ready when you get your monitor.
I really don't think bad reviews of a monitor are a good thing, if all else fails then just use a 3d movie file and Sview 3d player.