|Screen Size||23.6 inches|
Acer GD235HZbid Widescreen 23.6" 3D LCD Display
|Price:||$399.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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I needed something to hook up my Xbox360 and PC to and play in 3D. This was the answer for $100 more than the Samsung/Viewsonic and totally worth it - you get FULL HD resolution - 1920x1080 [ vs 1680x1050 from Samsung/Viewsonic ], you get 24" ( 23.6" technically ) [ vs 22" ], you get 3 ( yes, THREE ! ) inputs [ 1 dual-link DVI, 1 HDMI and 1 VGA vs 1 DVI from Samsung/Viewsonic ], PLUS an audio out cable so you can send the HDMI audio signal to good external speakers, AND it has external controls for all settings, unlike the Samsung/Viewsonic so its easy to adjust.
All this means, the Acer is a phenomenal value over the Samsung/Viewsonic anyday if you need more than 1 Input.
After I repartitioned my Linux to make space for Windows 7 and I got grub2 going again to boot up Win XP, Win 7 and Linux, I tried out the monitor in each of the 3 environments.
Its got a problem in Linux when switching virtual consoles. If you stick with the X-console ( the VC that runs the Xserver ), you will be fine, but switch to one of the other VC's and X locks up. I'm using the latest nvidia drivers from the restricted repo in Ubuntu. However, it works quite well at 1920x1080. The colors are crisp and vivid, however, unless you adjust the settings a bit, the text can be bit small/fuzzy. A little Xconfig ( via nvidia control ) tweaking and it looked great. I think it looked better than my 22" Samsung and I had great real estate.Read more ›
I just got this, and let me tell you is an awsome monitor, Size, looking and 3d is awsome good with this LCD.
Sadly mine came with 2 Pixels dead, one always is green and the other one is black, I read warranty and says it have to be more than 4 pixels IN THE SAME PLACE to become a valid warranty claim. Ok this is not a big issue anyway, 2 dots dont make a huge diferences, they are just annoying.
2 weeks later, The monitor start having other issues, only half screen turns on, or it become a full green screen and doesnt change, you need to turn it off and on again until it works.
Im starting the warranty process to see what happens at the end
They told me it was normal since this LCD's are 120Hz you need to let them warm up sometimes is what they told me.
I hope this dont ends in a square pieces of garbage broken and unable to claim to anyone.
If this issues still being fixed by turning off and on the monitor, I guess I can deal with it, but I didnt paid the amount of money this babies cost to deal with this...
Shouldnt be that way.
Im gladly open to any help you can give me.
I also tested "display lag" and saw numbers from 11-22ms depending on weither v-sync waiting was turned on or not. My methodology was to use a 1000 fps video camera and a micro-controller hooked up to the PC. The PC would trigger a light on the micro-controller and simultaneously present a new frame of data to the monitor. Using the recorded video footage I could measure the time between when the micro-controller light turned on and the monitor initially displayed the first scan line of new data. I could also see when the full display was updated with new frame data. I used 1080p resolution at 120hz for testing and 127/255 gray levels for g2g. My video card was Nvidia GTX 480. More specific timings:
no-vsync white->black->white/2 = 13ms average
no-vsync white->gray->white/2 = 14ms average
vsync white->black->white/2 = 10.6ms average
vsync white->gray->white/2 = 11.2ms average
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect for my new ViewMax Geforce GTX card , now play on 3D , Its amazing...Published 9 months ago by Paul Jones
I got this monitor back in 2013. Luved it color , clarity everything was great. About a month ago, it started acting up as in , out the blue for no apparent reason the screen... Read morePublished 11 months ago by J.D. Scott
Great monitor for 1080P. Granted, with 2k and 4k screens available, why purchase this? The reality is price/performance ratio. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Madi
This is the best CPU monitor I have used to date. I own two of them for my Gaming CPU and they work excellent. I have used them for 3D gaming as well and they look amazing. Read morePublished 18 months ago by GrumpyShtzu
I really like Acer. Cannot be beaten for its price & quality. This is my second Acer, I use it with Nvidia Stereoscopic 3D and have no issues with the monitor, even bought used... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Ben
This monitor works amazing--provided you dig into the hidden menu and tweak one setting: OD (for "overdrive")
I was getting odd green image ghosting and color... Read more
I have had this monitor for like 3-4 years now. That's life expectancy and it's still going strong. While 3D is entirely BS with this technology, the 120Hz does make regular video... Read morePublished on June 7, 2014 by Taynak
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