Need a 3D display, mon? Try Zalman's Trimon
Subject: Displays | August 16, 2011 - 12:14 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: zalman, 3d display
The Zalman Trimon ZM-M240W is the latest 3D display from a company once best known for pretty heatsinks. They've preferred using passive glasses to create the illusion of depth on their monitors, something which attracts people who do not want to invest around $100 in a pair of active shutter glasses that may or may not work with some TVs and possibly give you a headache for the effort of trying. X-bit Labs certainly approved of both the pricing and the lack of flicker from Zalman's new Trimon but pointed out that there are serious drawbacks in the viewing angle with passive glasses. Check out their full review here.
"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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