Thursday, December 22nd 2011

LG Previews 27-inch 3D Monitor with an IPS Panel

LG Electronics has today unveiled in South Korea a sexy new (passive) 3D monitor, the 27-inch Cinema 3D DM92 series. While most details about this display will be supplied at CES 2012 in January, LG couldn't refrain from teasing and mentioned that the DM92 has a slim (1 mm) bezel and makes use of an e-IPS (In-Plane Switching) panel with 178/178 degree viewing angles.

The DM92 also boasts an LED backlight and hopefully it comes with a native resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels. Hopefully.
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17 Comments on LG Previews 27-inch 3D Monitor with an IPS Panel

#1
MoonPig
1mm bezel?

I wonder if they'll GIVE me three, if i ask nicely of course.
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#2
theJesus
by: MoonPig
1mm bezel?

I wonder if they'll GIVE me three, if i ask nicely of course.
Say you want to use them in a mod and see if they'll sponsor you. Or masquerade as a reviewer and say you want to review them on an eyefinity setup.
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#3
MoonPig
by: theJesus
Say you want to use them in a mod and see if they'll sponsor you. Or masquerade as a reviewer and say you want to review them on an eyefinity setup.
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#4
buggalugs
by: Cristian_25H


The DM92 also boasts an LED backlight and hopefully it comes with a native resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels. Hopefully.
I doubt it....and if it is, It cant be 120Hz

Most likely it will be 1080p/120Hz
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#5
nascasho
I can see where they used the lasso tool in PS on that biker, tsk tsk LG.
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#6
Tannhäuser
As IPS-Panels are more interesting for graphics designers, not for gamers, how do modern e-IPS-Panels (e-IPS is a cheaper version, isn't it?) persist in games? Are they faster now? Average ms?

Those DM92 from LG are big with a nice style. As I'm a graphics designer AND gamer I'll definitely stay on alert at the time of release. :)
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#7
Trackr
Why can't they make this in 30"?
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#8
Maban
by: Trackr
Why can't they make this in 30"?
Because people these days aren't interested in superior display standards. (WQXGA) /troll
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#9
Breit
by: Maban
Because people these days aren't interested in superior display standards. (WQXGA) /troll
At least I'm interested... ;)
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#10
Sanhime
Screw the monitor, who's the babe?!
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#11
Mistral
Damn you LG, damn you for shattering my hopes for a 120Hz IPS yet again...
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#12
Tannhäuser
by: Mistral
Damn you LG, damn you for shattering my hopes for a 120Hz IPS yet again...
What's so important having that 120Hz-capability?
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#13
Mega-Japan
by: Tannhäuser
What's so important having that 120Hz-capability?
No 120Hz = No 3D, and this monitor is already advertised as 3D capable, so chances are slim.

I really hope this is not the case though, as I've been wanting a 3D 2560x1440.
Despite what anyone says, I like having my 3D.
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#14
jsfitz54
by: Sanhime
Screw the monitor, who's the babe?!
True 3D looks awesome!
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#15
Isenstaedt
I like 120Hz not because of 3D but because when I play games with a framerate over 60 I can actually see those frames. It also reduces screen tearing.
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#17
theJesus
by: (FIH) The Don
any idea on the price?
If you have to ask . . .
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