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As expected, CES '10 is all aflutter over 3D -- and as expected, it's the glasses that are the sticking point for most people. What if we told you that you could get really \"cool,\" \"stylish\" glasses -- ones that look so good that you'd want to wear them all the time? An outfit called Gunnar Optiks

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iZ3D, the company responsible for that $399 22-inch 3D monitor, has just unveiled a new way to see the third dimension at the Game Developer Conference in San Francisco. The new polarized 3D glasses are currently in beta testing and should soon be released alongside the iZ3D v2.0 / DirectX 10 drive

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This whole global economic crisis, and its resulting massive loss of jobs got us thinking. We here at Engadget didn't want to stand helplessly by, announcing every new round of misery without giving anything back -- so we decided to take the opportunity to spread a little positivity. We'll be handi

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The global economic crisis continues, (including today's sad news of HP's across-the-board five percent paycuts), which got us thinking. We here at Engadget didn't want to stand helplessly by, announcing every new round of misery without giving anything back -- so we decided to take the opportunity

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In case you haven't noticed, iZ3D is riding the suddenly swelled wave of 3D enthusiasm all the way to the bank (and Vegas). Even though its existing 22-inch 3D LCD has been around since mid-2007, the firm has recently hacked down the price and pushed it into retail outlets in order to drum up inter

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In case you haven't noticed, iZ3D is riding the suddenly swelled wave of 3D enthusiasm all the way to the bank (and Vegas). Even though its existing 22-inch 3D LCD has been around since mid-2007, the firm has recently hacked down the price and pushed it into retail outlets in order to drum up inter

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It's mildly amusing that up until now, your only option when buying IZ3D's 22-inch 3D LCD monitor was to buy it on a decidedly 2D website. At long last, the recently cheapened (now $399) display has hit the brick and mortar realm, with both Fry's Electronics and Micro Center agreeing to carry it. T

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iZ3D's been doing the whole \"3D monitor\" thing for years now, with its first baby -- a 17-incher -- ringing up at $1,499 back in 2005. In the latter part of last year, you may recall that a 22-inch version emerged for $999, and now that 3D is all the rage, it's making a second push to clear out all

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Your boring old desktop, now in 3D! Or at least if iZ3D has anything to say about it. The new 22-inch iZ3D widescreen 3D gaming monitor just hit iZ3D's online store for an almost-palatable $999. The displays run off of included S-3D drivers, which are supported by the NVIDIA GeForce 8 Series, and A

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We've been seeing this iZ3D stuff around -- you know, that low-impact 3D display technology which almost actually works, two high claims in the notoriously lame 3D tech circle. Well, now Taiwan's Chimei is busting out what looks to be the first 22-inch LCD sporting that iZ3D spec. Unfortunately, th

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