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CES 2011: Nvidia and Lenovo announce new 3D gaming PC monitor

Nvidia is still pushing for more 3D support for PC gaming. During CES 2011 this week the graphics chip developer announced a new 3D gaming PC monitor that's made by PC maker Lenovo. The 23-inch Lenovo L2363d monitor supports Nvidia's 3D Vision technology and has support for dual webcam lenses that lets folks participate in 3D streaming video conferencing or take 3D pictures.

The technology, which also requires Nvidia' shutter glasses, is now supported by over 500 PC games, according to the company. 3D Blu-Ray movies, 3D pictures and streaming 3D video is also supported by 3D Vision. Nvidia has also launched a new software program called 3DTV Play that lets folks connect their notebook or PC to a 3D supported TV to see the 3D content on a big screen. The software is bundled with new 3D Vision supported notebooks and PCs or you can buy it from Nvidia directly for $39.99.

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