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The Planar SA2311W 3D Vision Ready 3D Monitor Now On Sale

August 8th, 2011 · 5 Comments · General 3D News


The 23-inch 120Hz 3D LCD monitor Planar SA2311W is currently on sale for $349 USD or for $499 USD bundled with a pair of Nvidia 3D Vision active shutter glasses, available directly from Planar Systems. This is a good opportunity to get one of the best performing 3D Vision ready displays for a good price, as Planar SA2311W is still among the 3D monitors with least crosstalk/ghosting in stereoscopic 3D mode, and that is one of the most important things too look for when you plan on gaming in stereo 3D mode, so don’t miss your chance.

To visit Planar’s online store with the deals on the Planar SA2311W 3D monitor…
To read my review of the 23-inch Planar SA2311W 3D Vision-ready LCD Monitor…

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Planar SA2311W 3D Vision-Ready Monitor is Now Available

December 22nd, 2010 · 2 Comments · GeForce 3D Vision


Planar’s 23″ SA2311W 3D Vision-ready monitor is now available in USA with a price of $495 USD and is very soon expected to be also available in Europe. In early January to be exact, when I hope that I will also be able to test it and compare it to other competitive products that are already available. I’m quite interested in the product, because it has been made by Planar, a company that is specialized in high-end professional stereoscopic 3D displays. And the SA2311W monitor is their first more consumer oriented 3D product that is designed for use by both professionals for work as well as gamers for entertainment, but the waiting is almost over and I’ll soon be able to see if it managers to live up to my high expectations. So stay tuned for more on this…

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Planar SA2311W, a New 23″ 3D Vision Ready 120Hz LCD Monitor

November 4th, 2010 · 8 Comments · GeForce 3D Vision


Certainly an interesting move, coming from one of the leaders in high-end stereoscopic 3D monitors, Planar Systems, that is soon going to have a 23-inch 3D Vision compatible LCD monitor. The Planar SA2311W 3D monitor is a single panel solution with a 120Hz refresh rate and Full HD resolution, designed more for 3D entertainment than work, unlike the much more expensive stereo 3D display that the company offers and that are made to be used for professional work with S3D content. The new 3D LCD monitor form Planar is designed to be compatible with Nvidia’s 3D Vision active shutter glasses and although still not a lot of details about it are available, it is most certainly something to look for with interest. Planar has announced December as a release date for their SA2311W 3D monitor with a price of $449 USD. There is still no support for it in the latest 3D Vision drivers, but we’ll probably see it added in the next update as there is one month before the monitor will actually be available on the market. One thing that I’ve noticed about this upcoming monitor is that it will have a built-in function to control the OverDrive (OD) right inside the normal OSD menu… which is good as it should help in getting better image quality when in 2D mode.



Planar however did not stop at only a 3D Vision ready monitor, but also have designed a special keyboard for professional users of 3D monitors such as the Planar SA2311W 3D monitor (this is not talking about a gaming keyboard). What is interesting about this keyboard is that it offers seven adjustable light levels (plus off function for the backlight of course), so that you will be able to adjust it in order to see your keyboard’s keys through active LCD shutter glasses. One of the issues that is associated with the use of active shutter glasses is that they block some of the light reaching your eyes and when you work in darker environment, even if your keyboard has a backlight for the keys you may have trouble seeing which key is which through the glasses. So the Planar ProGlow keyboard is here to help, by offering a classical and reliable design along with blacklight that can allow you to still see the markings n the keys clearly through your glasses and in cool green color. The only not so good thing about this product is the price you’ll have to pay for it which is $185 USD.

For more information you can check out Planar’s website at the 3D monitor product page…

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