|Screen Size||23.6 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920x1080|
Acer GD235HZbid Widescreen 23.6" 3D LCD Display
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The 23.6" Widescreen 3D LCD is designed for the graphics-intensive, win-or-lose moments of today's fastest high-def 3D games.
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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 was getting odd green image ghosting and color aliasing before I figured this out.
Then instructions to do this are as follows...
- Turn off the monitor
- Press and hold the first menu key (the leftmost one)
- Press the power button while still holding the 1st menu key
- When you see the image on the screen you can release the menu key
- Press the third menu key (the middle one) to call up the Service Menu
- Navigate in the service menu just like in the normal one, but now all options are changeable
- To return back to the normal mode just turn off the monitor and turn it back on the normal way
(copy and pasted from here: 3dvision-blog.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=251)
Once this is done, 120Hz, 60Hz, and 3d modes all work great. Color is good enough for photo work once I calibrated with my color spyder.
Works great for games, and even real work!
I've been waiting for a pixel to burn out. I fear that from any monitor I buy because I'm sensitive to it. And I do a lot of graphic design so that is a must. I've had to deal with the warrenty mess once before from another brand. But so far it's held up.
I've been 'cooking' it since I got it, by leaving in on for 24+ hours just to test for any bad pixels. Still holding up at the time of this posting.
I have dual inputs going. PC using DVI and Play Station 3 on HDMI.
I'm able to switch between the two by pressing a single button. And even better, when the PS3 is turned off, it auto switches to the next avaiable signal, my pc. Saving me a button press. Peftect.
I also use Nvidia 3D Vision for work applications, games, etc.
It works. And of course it should. I've used 3D for awhile so it's nothing special. But I have noticed a bit of a flicker at times if I'm too close to the monitor, something I never got with the old CRT monitor setups.
I think that is more on Nvidia's side than the monitor itself. Maybe even my GTX260 graphics card I'm using because it is a bit old now and may not be up to par anymore. But it does the job.
I've messed with the refresh rates and it didn't seem to change much. But it also depends on the application or game used. So that could be the factor as well. I will notice it a lot in brighter areas. For example when your looking up at the sky in a game.
It's also along the sides of the screen, and never directly where your looking. So if i'm looking on the right side, the left will seem to flicker a bit. But like I said, still works and depends on the application.
From what I understand the PS3 I have hooked up can also do 3D gaming. I haven't tried this yet. Not sure how that would work given the emitter is hooked to the pc, not the PS3. But I haven't looked that up yet.
I also have dual monitors hooked up to my PC. My second is also an Acer brand, a bit older, but has never given me any trouble. I was expecting some type of conflict between having dual monitors, a PS3 hookup, 3D vision running on one but not the other. But it's all worked fine.
Wall Mount, Jacks, & Hookups:
There are some monitors that have jacks pointing directly out, causes and issue with some wall mounts. This one is straight down. Harder to find at first when you hook things up, but gives a cleaner setup with wall mounting.
Along the edges of the screen the pixels do fade a bit into a blue spectrum. It's only noticable with a black background. With the exception of the bottom right. It's nothing I can't deal with. And isn't noticable to most people that took a look. But with graphic design work it can be annoying if your picky about that. I have a feeling the area on bottom right has something to do with the power light. The blue tint is stronger near the power button which is also that exact same shade of blue. It may be that the light is sneaking up into the screen a bit. Again it's not noticable unless you look closely.
This also depends on your view angle. I see it more when viewing off to the side.
Overall this is a great monitor for the price.