Summary: This monitor is just fine for everyday computing, but as a 3D photographer it was that function that made me look at this monitor. It is a replacement for an active 3D Samsung that has just died. This is a passive monitor, which means that effectively the vertical resolution is halved when viewing 3D, but the picture is still pretty good.
Summary: Overall im very happy with the LG D2343P -colours are warm and crisp, very good, 1080p-4k video looks fine on here - 3D is good, viewing actual 3D content using this is amazing, 2D to 3D content isnt as good but helps add depth to pictures, videos and in particuler games as well. -Response time is good, no ghosting so far -Downsides: no internal speakers & it takes a bit of getting used to to learn how to use the menu interface, 3D colour mode/super-resolution is not...
Summary: Just got this and from my first few uses it seems an excellent buy! 3d is very good (played via HDMI on a PS3). Setup was simple, straight out of the box. Lost one star because 1) no sound (speakers needed) and no dedicated volume button 2) the two pairs of glasses supplied do not support dual play as I was led to believe, although you'll pick up a pair of dual play glasses for under 20. Otherwise great.
Summary: Argos' review-space is miserably short, I must be terse. This is the D2343P-BN, £10 more expensive but more cheaply built than the D2343P also listed. Easy to install, quality 2D output, if you experiment with settings. 3D is mixed, recommended as a cheap, first experiment in 3D gaming, but you only get what you pay for. 3D mode is poor for Movies. NB: Press the 3D button under the screen whenever the screen-mode changes, or no 3D.