Summary: Picture quality and 3D effect are superb. The glasses are inexpensive, the same as you get at many theaters. This 23" is a good size for 2 people to watch, and the IPS LCD has a wide viewing angle. If I'd known how much I'd enjoy it, I'd have probably gotten its bigger brother instead. But it's an excellent 2D monitor as well, so a good buy for the price. I bet a good 3D game would be fun, too...
Summary: The matte screen is too grainy to use unless you sit 8-10 feet away from it and that defeats the purpose of having a bigger monitor, doesn't it? Also, the stem coming from the pedestal base is about a third as big as it should be. The monitor just sits and wobbles every time you touch it or the desk that it sits on. I now have mine propped up with two bricks-literally. The 3-D isn't very good either.
Summary: This monitor has a really good picture and colors seem better than my Samsung 23 inch monitor. The 3D is flawless. Found that the best 3D viewing is from 3 feet or more any closer then you have to move your head around till you hit the right spot and you get the black horizontal lines. But sitting back 3 feet it's perfect, you can go from left to right, up or down and it's clear as a bell. Also sitting back also gets rid of the black horizontal lines.
Summary: The 3D image is bright and flicker free. The passive 3D glasses are much lighter than active glasses. The picture looks better to me than an active 3D display. You get ghosting if you sit too high or two low, but since this is a computer monitor, all you have to do is tilt it to suit your seat height. Even though this is a small monitor it displays full HD resolution so you don't loose any clarity or detail.
Summary: The monitor performs very nicely. I use it mostly for 3D video editing. I would have given it 5 stars but it does have one dead pixel about 1/4 inch from the lower left corner. Colors, brightness, sharpness are all good. I would purchase again.
Summary: Just spent a frustrating 30 minutes trying to work out why I was not getting 3D. I tried Youtube, I tried Tridef, I even tried making a bitmap of 1 pixel interlaced black and white lines. No 3D effect and terrible ghosting (no difference from lens to lens). Well, other reviews on here put me on to the issue... My monitor sits so that I look down on it a little. Not much but apparently enough that I was sitting outside of the acceptable viewing angle.
Summary: On the plus side it's a good IPS panel with decent 2.2 gamma rendition at 6500 K settings e.g. gamma "0" and color set to "warm". It's overdrive mode is too strong and causes the infamous halos known in LG panels. 3D mode works but is very angle dependent. In addition a visual quirk is caused by chromatic aberration when prescription glasses are worn as it exposes very faint horizontal lines from the polarization filter used for the 3D effect when the viewer is looking...
Summary: As a 2D monitor, the colors are nice from any angle. Blacks are also good. Like using this monitor for watching videos and entertainment. 3D is good but requires you to be looking from a specific angle. For the price though, it's more than acceptable. Monitor is thin and light. Happy with the product!
Summary: Have always like LG's passive 3D, so purchased this model to upgrade my PC to 3D. Monitor works exceptionally well for the price. Found that with passive 3D you only need a 60hz. 120 or 240hz is great, but is it worth the price? Have even seen issues with 480hz HDTVs. Extemely pleased with the monitor and not sure spending the extra money makes the 3D any better. By the way, the 2D to 3D conversion is fantastic.