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AOC d2357Ph is a New Passive 3D Monitor with Thin Bezel

March 21st, 2012 · 2 Comments · General 3D News

AOC has introduced a new 23-inch passive 3D-capable monitor with that is only 10.6 mm deep and with a thin 5.8 mm frame – the AOC d2357Ph. The design definitely catches your attention, and thanks to the thin bezel you might want to consider using these monitors for multi-monitor setups in 2D or stereo 3D. AOC d2357Ph uses LED backlight and thus achieves the thin design, although it even has integrated speakers, supports HDMI 1.4 interface with frame packaging as well as row interleaved 3D and comes with a 2D to 3D conversion capabilities.

AOC d2357Ph 3D Monitor Specifications:

– Panel Size: 23 inch/58.5 cm, 16:9, Full HD, WLED LCD
– Response Time: 2ms in 2D mode (Grey to Grey), 5ms (typical)
– Maximum Brightness: 2500 cd/m²
– Maximum Contrast: 20,000,000:1 (dynamic), 1000:1 (typical)
– Viewing angle: 170º (H)/170º (V), @ C/R > 10
– Pixel pitch: 0.265 mm
– Signal Input: 2x HDMI 1.4, VGA (Analogue)
– Power consumption: On: < 36 W; Standby: < 0.6W - Product with stand: 533.3 x 399.3 x 120 mm - Product with stand: 4.87 kg

The new 3D monitor from AOC comes with 2 pairs of polarized 3D glasses, 1 normal and 1 clip on for people wearing prescription glasses. And although it is not mentioned, the monitor should be coming with the TriDef 3D software bundled for the stereo 3D support as AOC is an OEM partner of DDD and there is a special version of the TriDef 3D package intended for AOC 3D monitors. The AOC d2357Ph is scheduled to be launched in April 2012; the recommended retail price will be 239 Euro in Europe, not yet information about pricing and availability in North America. Considering the price of the previous 23-inch passive 3D monitor from AOC (the e2352Phz available for $299 USD), you can expect that the AOC d2357Ph should be available at a similar or a slightly higher price.

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2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 max // Mar 22, 2012 at 08:59

    I’m waiting for the 1920×2160 panel.

  • 2 ITV player // Mar 23, 2012 at 17:09

    The specifications sound very good, I just need to decide if I need a 3d monitor.

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