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AOC d2757Ph is a New 27-inch Passive 3D Monitor with IPS Panel

November 6th, 2012 · 7 Comments · General 3D News


Following the release of the AOC d2357Ph 23-inch passive 3D monitor with thin bezel earlier this year (5.8 mm thin frame), AOC has just announced a new larger model with the same style and functionality – the AOC d2757Ph. The new bigger model uses LED backlight IPS panel, supports HDMI 1.4 interface with frame packaging as well as row interleaved 3D and comes with built-in 2D to 3D conversion capabilities. Another interesting feature of the d2757Ph is that it comes with a detachable stand, which allows to transforms the display in no time at all into a large presentation monitor or giant digital picture frame. This also makes it a perfect second display for your notebook. The new 27-inch FPR (Film-type Patterned Retarder) 3D monitor from AOC comes with 2 pairs of polarized 3D glasses, 1 normal and 1 clip on for people wearing prescription glasses. And it is bundled with the TriDef 3D software for stereoscopic 3D gaming support on your PC.

AOC d2757Ph 3D Monitor Specifications:

– Monitor Size: 27″ (68.6cm)
– Panel type: IPS, LED backlight
– Viewing Angle: 178°/178° (CR 10)
– Response Time: 5ms
– Maximum Brightness: 250 cd/m²
– Contrast Ratio: 20.000.000:1, 1.000:1 (typical)
– Pixel / Dot / Pitch: 0.311 (H) x 0.311 (V)
– 3D technology type: 3D FPR (Passive 3D)
– Maximum Resolution: 1920×1080@60 Hz
– Video Connectors: 1x D-SUB 15, 2x HDMI 1.4
– Power Consumption: On: <29 W, Standby: <0.5 W, Off: <0.5 W

The AOC d2757Ph passive 3D monitor should be available on the market starting sometime in this month with a recommended retail price of 319 EURO or £259 (UK Pounds) in Europe.

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7 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Stuart // Nov 7, 2012 at 03:38

    I got a 22″ AOC passive 3D monitor and loved it so much I bought a 27″ as soon as it came out. Not this model though. Kind of wish I’d waited for this IPS version. I highly recommend AOC monitors… amazing for the price and they even include all the cables you need (including HDMI)!

  • 2 Merigoldsass // Nov 7, 2012 at 10:06

    @ Stuart have you personally compared passive to Nvidia Stereoscopic 3D Vision Ready games? What is the difference visually?

  • 3 Danny // Nov 7, 2012 at 22:12

    You know tried some of the NEW IPS passive. The passive no matter what you change is still the same. Then when going from 23 to 27 and its still 1920×1080 .. so many games you cant read smaller text. IPS is nice and colors are nice in passive but again no matter how nicer it gets.. you still cant read smaller text.

    Nvidia 3D .. still far as I can find uses TN. And for that price I just keep my 22in and got a very nice 2560×1440.

  • 4 Max // Nov 8, 2012 at 22:14

    IPS panel has more vertical viewing angle in 3D than TN?

  • 5 Bloody // Nov 8, 2012 at 22:43

    No, it only has better viewing angles in 2D mode. What is limiting the viewing angle in stereo 3D mode is the polarizing filter that is applied over the LCD panel.

  • 6 Max // Nov 9, 2012 at 08:06

    Ok, i also thinked, just hoped its a little better.
    Now my vert. angle is around 1-2 degree, which is a joke.
    I sit exaclty in front of my 2342 monitor, and in fact sometimes
    i cannot find a place where the whole picture is ghostless.
    Either the lower corner, OR the upper corner has ghosting.

  • 7 Jørn // Nov 13, 2012 at 18:38

    Bloody, any chance you will get one in for testing?

    If you do, I would appreciate if you could measure maximum viewing distance and near limit of the monitor (using test image with black left/white right).

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