Tweaktown got their hands on the new Zalman TRIMON 22" 3D Monitor. They published a detailed review of this 3D monitor that requires shutter glasses for 3D display. Zalman already showed the 3D monitor at CeBit in 2007, but it seems they are now closer to actually shipping it.
Quote from the review: "The existence of the 3D concept has been around since people could express themselves artistically; for example, through painting or sculptures. When the first such expression began, I certainly could not tell you. However, I can tell you that 3D has evolved to the point where it is now commercially available for the average user for under $1000 USD. Admittedly that’s a lot more than most would want to pay for it, but it is a positive step in the right direction. The TRIMON is the first commercial 3D monitor available to the public from Zalman, and it is not often one gets to be the first to review a finally finished product. We have been waiting for these ZM-M220W monitors to hit the shelves for a little over a year now, with the first introduction of them at CEBIT 2007."
Read the full review on Tweaktown. The Zalman 3D monitor already ships in Germany for about 600 Euro (~$950).
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