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Zalman is Refreshing its 3D-capable Monitors with New Full HD Models

May 20th, 2010 · 9 Comments · Other S3D Tech

Zalman is now offering two new Full HD 3D passive polarized monitors in its like of Trimon products. The older 19-inch model ZM-M190 is now discontinued and the bigger one ZM-M220W will probably follow soon. These first two models were using a special version of Nvidia’s stereoscopic drivers, but for its two new models Zalman is not going to use the Nvidia drivers anymore. Instead the new Zalman ZM-M215W and ZM-M240W will come bundled with the iZ3D Driver, but they can also work with DDD’s TriDef software and probably with just about any other software that can output in row-interleaved 3D format. Below you can find the specifications for the two new passive polarized displays from Zalman, and they are passive polarized ones and not using 120Hz LCD panels, as I’ve already seen some people mistakenly claiming they are 120Hz ones.



Zalman ZM-M215W Specifications

Display Size: 21.5 inch (55 cm)
Screen Ratio: 16:9 wide
Max Resolution: 1920×1080, Full HD
Response Time: 5ms
View Angle (2D): 170°(Horizontal) / 160°(Vertical)
View Angle (3D): 90°(Horizontal) / 10 ~ 12°(Vertical)
Video Ports: D-Sub, DVI
Power Consumption: ≤ 40W in Use, ≤ 1W in Standby
Dimensions: 531x382x200mm (W x H x D)
Weight: 4Kg



Zalman ZM-M240W Specifications

Display Size: 24 inch (60 cm)
Screen Ratio: 16:9 wide
Max Resolution: 1920×1080, Full HD
Response Time: 5ms
View Angle (2D): 170°(Horizontal) / 160°(Vertical)
View Angle (3D): 90°(Horizontal) / 10 ~ 12°(Vertical)
Video Ports: D-Sub, DVI
Power Consumption: ≤ 50W in Use, ≤ 1W in Standby
Dimensions: 572x415x190mm (W x H x D)
Weight: 8Kg

For more information about all of Zalman Trimon 3D-capable monitors…

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MTBS-TV Episode: Stereoscopic 3D Gaming History, Part II

December 15th, 2009 · No Comments · Other S3D Tech


Last week Neil Schneider from MTBS started telling the story of the stereoscopic 3D history in the form of a YouTube stereoscopic 3D video and this week the second part of that video was made available. This time Neil is talking about more recent events regarding the S3D development with the story ending in 2008, so next week we’ll probably get the third part with more, and it will most likely be focused more on Nvidia’s 3D Vision as this is the big thing for 2009.

And don’t forget to visit MTBS if you haven’t done so yet…

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