At CES this year, Lenovo launched their first 3D display, the innovative L2363d. Aiming to solve the ergonomic problems most touch displays engender, the L2363d can fold back on itself, letting users tap on it just like a keyboard.
Sitting just over an inch deep, the Lenovo L2363d Wide is Lenovo’s first 3D monitor. They may have waited a while to come onboard with the 3D HD trend, but what they lost in time, they’ve more than made up for in features.
In addition to the impressively flexible stand, the L2363d packs an industry-first: a built-in 3D webcam, which customers can use to record both 3D video and pictures for later viewing or sending. Compatible with NVIDIA’s 3D Vision technology, the 1080p screen comes with integrated stereo sound and three USB 2.0 ports.
The L2363d Wide can fold back on itself when sitting upright, but an integrated carrying handle makes for easy moving around, while a VESA-compatible mount on the rear means that users can attach the L2363d directly to the wall with any number of readily available stands.
- Display: 23.6 inches
- Resolution: 1920 x 1080
- Reponse time: 5 ms
- Brightness: 400 cd/m2
- Contrast ratio: 1000:1
- Refresh rate: 120Hz
- Horizontal viewing angle: 160 degrees
- Vertical viewing angle: 160 degrees
- Inputs: Dual-link DVI x 1, HDMI x 1, USB 2.0 x 3
- Integrated speakers, 3D webcam, microphone