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LG DX2500 glasses-free 3D
LG outs DX2500 - 25" glasses-free 3D monitor

05 Dec 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

LG released their first glasses-free 3D monitor in July 2011 and LG has just announced a new bigger 25-inch version called DX2500.

LG DX2500 - glasses-free 3D

Korean LG has announced a new, improved glasses-free 3D monitor with better 3D picture quality. LG claims that they have improved 3D picture quality on the 3D panel by improving the eye-tracking camera system.

LG DX2500
LG’s 25-inch glasses-free DX2500


The monitor can convert 2D games into 3D with the integrated 2D-to-3D technology but for the best 3D effect users should aim for real 3D games or 3D movies.

The glasses-free 3D panel uses a parallax barrier technology that is optimized with an eye-tracking camera.

LG DX2500 will be available in Asia, Europe and USA in early 2012. LG mentions a price tag of 1.3 million won, which equals 1556 US dollars.



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