Summary: The 3d on this screen is great using Nvidia's 3d vision kit. I was disappointed that the newer drivers do not support OpenGL as most of my good programs are OpenGL. Support for OpenGL is supposed to be there but not one OpenGL program provides 3d. DirectX looks great though.
Summary: Very hard to find a cheaper 3D compatible monitor out there. Monitor performs well, 3D works with no issues. Have been playing with it for a few months and have not experienced any ghosting or pixel issues. The only annoying part about this monitor is when the screen is black, there a quite noticeable blue light bleed through on the bottom. It's hard to notice it in games or web browsing, but when you have a movie that has black bars on the bottom, it is hard to miss.
Summary: These are very respectable monitors. I bought three and have them in surround and it looks great. A small amount of tweaking and they create very vibrant color. Only two real draw backs. The first is there is a huge amount of backlight bleed. This doesn't bother me the majority of the time, but in very dark imagines it was very noticeable. Second, they take a very long time to come out of sleep mode.
Summary: A great 120hz monitor for a price you cant beat. Cons first, there is some minor light bleed when it gets dark in the room, and at first the menus are a bit frustrating, also at times the darks are a bit to dark. The pros are the price above all else as well as the crystal clear picture 2ms response time and 120hz refresh rate If your a gamer looking for a monitor that will give you an edge in fps shooters look no further!
Summary: This monitor is about as inexpensive as a 3D ready 120 hz monitor is going to get. With shutter glasses it produces nice vibrant 3D images. in 2D gaming graphics mode it is bright and the color is good, only lacking slight in the blacks, which can appear a little lighter than they should.
Summary: Backstory: I bought this monitor as a precursor to my new gaming rig. I was interested in 3D gaming on my PC, so I started looking into possible setups. I decided on a monitor that used Nvidia's form of 3d since AMD's system still does not take advantage of multiple cards to boost 3D performance. I was quite interested in Alienware's monitor at first, but the price made it hard to commit. Then I found this monitor.
Summary: I got this monitor for it's compatibilty with nvidia's 3d vision. I absolutely LOVE the 3d technology. This monitor is good, but not as awe inspiring as the 3d technology it's designed for. There's no adjustments for height, the orange metal (supposed to look like copper?) is kinda kiddish looking, and on black screens you can see some of the backlight leaking from the bottom edge of the display.
Summary: When I first learned that I HAD to get a 120hz monitor I was not a happy guy. When I saw the prices for these things I almost fell over. I have an Acer monitor very close to this size and it was nowhere near the price. Please keep in mind I'm only griping about how I didn't plan to get another monitor. When I got the unit the first thing that got me was on how fast I got it I was impressed. Plugged it in and did the setups and it looked awesome!