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.
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.
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.
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).
After 2 months, finally got it to work right, and WOW!
F. Wise "JV", Amazon
2 February 2013
Summary: I bought this locally at the one remaining place you can buy such a device because I thought, if I don't like it, it would be easy to return (and they gave me like, 3 months to try it since it was the Xmas holiday season).
Summary: I have been mostly disappointed by this monitor. I'll list out the negatives first. 1. In 3D, the resolution to your eyes is 540p and most text on the screen is unreadable. 2. If your eyes are not perfectly perpendicular to the screen, severe ghosting occurs!
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.
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.