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AOC e2352Phz 3D Monitor Launched in North America

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Introduced last summer in Europe, AOC's e2352Phz monitor is now making its way to the North American market to offer customers there a reasonably affordable 'flicker free' 3D experience. AOC's 3D display has a 23-inch LED-backlit panel, a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, a 2 ms response time, a dynamic contrast ratio of 20,000,000:1, two 2W speakers, plus D-Sub, DVI and HDMI 1.4a connectivity.

The e2352Phz is bundled with two pairs of passive polarized 3D glasses (one regular pair and one that attaches to prescription glasses) and has a recommended price tag of $299.

 

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Ive seen AOC once before n wasnt impressed by it.

Samsung/NEC is what i go for... thanks for the news though
 

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Ive seen AOC once before n wasnt impressed by it.

Samsung/NEC is what i go for... thanks for the news though
I got one for my little bro because they are cheap and I couldn't stand him having a tiny CRT. They are great for the money and with some tuning his looks as good as most of the cheap samsungs.
 
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Ive seen AOC once before n wasnt impressed by it.

Samsung/NEC is what i go for... thanks for the news though
Samsung has used plenty of AOC made panels in their screens over the years. What I dislike about this is that's it's yet another 1080p 60Hz screen... I cant wait for the day we'll move en masse away from such limitations.
 
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Pretty sure this is a 1080p 120hz screen