10.6mm deep 3D TFT display in a 23” format
March 07, 2012 // Julien Happich
Only 10.6 mm deep and with a frame as thin as 5.8mm, the 3D model d2357Ph TFT display from AOC comes with new polarisation technology in a 58.5 cm (23″) format. Able to convert a 2D signal to 3D, this display features LED backlights and is equipped with HDMI 1.4 connectors.
The passive 3D technology delivers impressive stereoscopic depth when using polarised glasses (included). A hotkey activates the integrated software that converts 2D contents, such as photos, into 3D. The super-thin frames will minimise the gap between several units when they are used side by side. The d2357Ph displays photos, movies and games as well as office applications and websites in Full-HD resolution (1920x1080 pixels). An ultra-fast 2ms response time, large viewing angles (170° h/160° v) and a high contrast ratio (20,000,000:1 DCR and 1,000:1 typical) deliver sharp and crisp images. Two discreetly hidden speakers provide respectable sound. Drawing approximately 35 watts during standard use and less than 0.5 watts in stand-by mode the d2357Ph consumes 40 to 50 % less energy than conventional LCDs.
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