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Zalman ZM-M240WGD

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Zalman Trimon ZM-M240W 3D Monitor Review

X-bit labs
27 July 2011
  • Summary: Zalman continues on their own unique path releasing 3D monitors bundled with inexpensive and non-flickering passive glasses. They have indisputable strengths as well as bottlenecks. Read our review to find out more.
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Zalman ZM-M240W Stereoscopic 3D Monitor

13 April 2011
  • Summary: The majority of my use and is text and internet browsing and I used the ZM-M240W in this regard as a primary display on a gaming PC for several weeks and was very pleased with the overall text quality.  The resolution on this 24" unit is fairly typical 1920x1080 and the fine dot pitch makes it very clear and readable.
  • Pros: Polarized glasses are affordable, Decent contrast ratio, Adequate 3D effect, Comes with software for playing movies and creating 3D wallpaper, Fully HDCP DVI + VGA connections, Built-in speakers, Less eye-strain than active shutter-glasses
  • Cons: Stand feels flimsy, Doesn't work on all games, Hard to tweak so everything remains converged and focused, Interlaced method cuts vertical resolution in half (540px)
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Overall 7
Value for money 7
Features 7
Picture quality 7

Zalman Trimon ZM-M240W

PC Pro
23 July 2010
  • Conclusion: Fiddly at times, but the replaceable glasses and 24in size make it an interesting rival to Nvidia’s 3D Vision
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