LG Electronics today introduced its next generation DM50D monitor, which includes the features of LG's CINEMA 3D TVs in a form factor that fits easily on a desktop.
Designed for 3D gaming and movie watching, the DM50D is "Flicker Free" certified
by European quality assurance agencies TUV and Intertek.
LG claims that the new monitor boasts more than double the 3D brightness
compared to other 3D monitors. What?s more, the glasses - also available as a
clip-on for corrective glasses wearers - are light, have no batteries and never
need to be recharged. The DM50D also comes with a built-in 2D to 3D conversion
feature. The conversion function works whether or not the monitor is connected
to a PC and kicks in automatically on games.
What?s more, the DM50D boasts Full HDTV picture quality with a built-in DTV
tuner that supports MPEG4, DVBC, DVBT and other digital TV broadcasting signals.
Real surround sound and HDMI makes it a cinch to connect the DM50D to 3D games
consoles, set-top boxes and more. And USB Quick View HD Play allows for the
direct viewing of videos and photos through a USB flash drive even when the PC
is off, freeing users from long boot-up times.
LG's DM50D monitor will be available in Europe beginning in July, to be followed
by additional markets worldwide.