Up until January 6th 2011, we’ve seen 3D PC gaming come primarily in the form of an nVidia 3D Vision Kit. Of course, you’ll need a 3D ready monitor as well, which need to have a minimum refresh rate of 120Hz. While this was a pretty good setup, some people will still be annoyed with the little USB IR receiver that comes with the 3D Vision Kit. This little receiver will take up a little space on your desk, and for those of you who don’t like clutter, this may not seem like the best option. That’s why, this year at CES, Acer has partnered with nVidia to bring out the first 27-inch 3D capable monitor with an in-built IR receiver, the Acer HN274H. The monitor is full HD (1920 x 1080) and stereoscopic 3D capable. It come with a HDMI 1.4 and a Dual Link DVI port, and is also advertised as one of the first to feature WLED backlighting on a 3D monitor. So If you’re looking for a replacement monitor, would like to go 3D, and are kind of a neat freak when it comes to your workspace, this is your best bet.
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