I'm new in this forum, but I have worked with 3D for a long time - though I've never had a 3D LCD before.
I've tried (and returned) the eDimensional 3D Glasses because of the bad quality and lack of support. That review can be found here: http://blog.tkjelectronics.dk/2010/04/e ... es-review/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Anyways, now I'm looking for a real 3D monitor, and I think I'm going to get a Passive one, as I then don't have to buy those expensive shutter glasses (nVidia 3D Vision fx).
Currently I have an Intel i5 processor and an ATI Readeon HD 4890 graphics card.
I have been looking at the following two models:
- LG D2342P-PN - 23" Passive 3D LCD from LG
- ZM-M240WGD - 24" Passive 3D LCD from Zalman
The LG model seems to have some good reviews too in this forum, and that is why I'm asking - also because of the price difference.
The retail price of the LG D2342P-PN in Denmark is $486,99 USD
While the retail price of the ZM-M240WGD is $516,25 USD
Though I have got an offer to buy a DEMO model of the ZM-M240WGD, which has only been used slightly to show the customers the 3D experience, for $370,51 USD
So my questions is now whether I should go for the DEMO model, or for the LG retail model. They say that the DEMO model comes without accesories and packaging, so if that means it comes without 3D glasses, I'm screwed (or can you use those RealD glasses, or other similar Polarized 3D glasses)?