Acer has another "world's first" product for us. Take a look at the 23.6-inch GN245HQ, dubbed the "first 3D monitor in the world to support the HDMI 3D solution from NVIDIA."
Users can get 3D content on the screen either via NVIDIA's HDMI 3D connectivity or via DVI-DL. The GN245HQ comes with active shutter 3D glasses in the box that work with the display's built-in IR emitter.
Some of the nitty gritty specs on this full HD (1,920 x 1,080) monitor include a 2ms response time, 16:9 aspect ratio, 120Hz refresh rate and a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio. LED-backlighting also contributes to approximately 68% in power savings.
No word on U.S. launch plans yet, but this Acer display will drop in the U.K. in mid-March for £419.99 ($675).