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Philips debuts 22-inch auto-stereoscopic 3D monitor

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Philips only just took the wraps off its 52-inch 3D display, but it looks like it's not stopping there, as it's now also showing off a new 22-inch model for those that prefer something a little more desk-friendly. This one boasts the same WOWvx "2D-plus-Depth" technology that its larger counterpart uses, but takes the resolution down to 1680 x 1050, and the contrast and brightness down to 1,000:1 and 300cd/m2, with a 5ms response time rounding out the basic specs. No word on the port situation just yet, nor is there any word of a price, but you can apparently look for this one to be available commercially sometime in the fourth quarter of this year.

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