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Sony’s PlayStation 3D Display Will Be Available on November 13th

October 20th, 2011 · 6 Comments · General 3D News

It seems that the Sony PlayStation 3D monitor will be available starting November 13th (at least in USA) as Amazon is already taking pre-orders for it with the shipping date set for then. Just a reminder, this 3D display will be equipped with HDMI 1.4 interface in order to be used with the PlayStation 3D console for gaming in stereo 3D mode. It will not be officially compatible with Nvidia’s 3D Vision technology, although it may get supported through the 3DTV Play software and also might work with AMD HD3D technology. However you should be aware of the fact that when using HDMI 1.4 for stereo 3D content you are limited to 720p 50/60Hz 3D mode intended for gaming and 1080p 24Hz 3D mode intended for movies.

For more information about the Sony 24-inch PlayStation 3D Monitor (CECH-ZED1)…

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6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 josh // Oct 20, 2011 at 22:11

    besides adding the ability for 2 separate images on the same screen this seems like a rip off. there are 3d vision monitors of similar sizes and similar pricing that have hdmi 1.4 and allow you to use 3d vision, which from my experience is significantly better than ps3 3d.

    being that console gaming is a huge thing in this world this 3d screen will probably be successful, however it will probably be clueless people buying it.

  • 2 Bloody // Oct 20, 2011 at 22:21

    The thing that I’m expecting the most from this monitor is minimum crosstalk/ghosting, something that is still a more serious problem for most other 3D monitors. But now with the upcoming 3D Vision monitors with 3D Lightboost technology and 3D Vision 2 glasses bundled we may finally see the same level of performance on them as well…

  • 3 SpartanGR // Oct 21, 2011 at 20:43

    Both you are so ignorant.

    Do you have any idea of its specs?

    This is a VA repeat VA monitor with a 5000:1 STATIC repeat STATIC and not dynamic constrast. Oh 4ms too.

    This is a revolution. Now if something similar were to come out with a dvi port…

  • 4 XstaticX // Oct 21, 2011 at 22:37

    “This is a VA repeat VA monitor with a 5000:1 STATIC”

    hahaha, just no way in hell I’d believe that… zilch-o-mat PR at it again

  • 5 Ahmad // Oct 22, 2011 at 00:39

    Bloody was right.

    Sony’s PlayStation 3D Display Lightboost technology have no with!

    Dont buy the Sony’s PlayStation 3D Display is crap.

    Wait somebody new 3D monitors or 3D TV in 2012 em are better and look great.

  • 6 Steve Hall // Nov 4, 2011 at 05:56

    Listen, the reason that this television costs 500 bucks is because it is state of the art for gaming… All the features are in the ultra high end spectrum for home TVs and console gaming on it is going to look better than on any display you gamed on before… Everything from the contrast ratio to the color display to the 3D tech to the 24″ screen is designed with the highest quality parts with gaming in mind… Umm, not only that, but you will be hard pressed to find a 3D TV in any size that can push 3D blu-rays in full 1080P… It just frustrates me when people talk about stuff they know nothing about… Plus you get motorstorm, 3d glasses and an HDMI cable in the box… And if you pre-order with Gamestop Canada, you get Resitance 3 and Uncharted 3 for FREE with you pre-order… So I am getting a sick state of the art 24″ (best size for competitive gaming) 3D TV/ Computer monitor, 3D glasses, HDMI cable, and 3 60 dollar games for 500 bucks, to me, thats a hell of a deal…

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