HP 2311 GT 23-inch 3D Monitor Review
Patrick "MACMAC" MacMillan
Tomshardware have reviewed the budget friendly HP 2311 gt 23-inch monitor, which is a Passive 3D 1080p monitor.
Let's see what they had to say:
"Available for $250, the 2311 gt costs about $100 less than a similarly-sized 120 Hz display, which is fairly appropriate for an entry-level FPR-based 3D-capable monitor. It even offers a handful of strengths compared to shutter-based systems, such as much more affordable replacement glasses, significantly brighter output, and no 24 Hz frame rate cap in games over HDMI at 1920x1080. Its a good choice for folks who want to dabble in stereoscopic 3D without spending a lot of money. The brightness issue alone makes it a viable choice in environments awash with ambient light that can't be controlled. It also performs moderately on the Windows desktop."
While passive 3D monitors can not compete against second generation NVIDIA 3D monitors in most scenarios, the HP 2311 GT does look like an inexpensive way to get into 3D.
Click here to read the full review.
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