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...
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). I really thought I was going to be forced into returning it after 2 months of trying in vain to get it to work correctly. It turns out the shipped software was out-of-date.
Summary: I already have a 3D television hooked up to a computer, but I was not happy with the response rate even after adjustments to the TV (there would still be a delay between moving the mouse and seeing the pointer move on screen). When I built a new computer for the office, I decided to replace the old monitor as well and since I already have experience with 3D, I looked for and bought this 3D monitor. The colors and contrast on this monitor are very nice.
Summary: This monitor supports 3D very easily using it's polarization technology. Only issues were some crosstalk in high contrast areas which are much more obvious in gaming than when viewing 3D videos and that the monitor likes defaulting to oversaturated "3D color mode" whenever 3D is enabled via HDMI and doesn't remember if you manually turned it off previously. Lacks a DisplayPort so best that HDMI can do is 29 Hz at 1080p and that is terrible for gaming (stick with 720p).
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.