Here we have the ZM-M240W Stereoscopic monitor. Now I took this photo deliberately with that strange man reflecting in the screen. It is to show you the biggest issue of this monitor. It is wayhaaaaay too glossy and reflective. Don't get me wrong, it's a good looking and sized monitor for PC usage and to watch some occasion 3D content or game.
Even the bezel was finished in a piano black glossy finish. So if you use the screen, you want your room to be pretty much dark.
The monitor has a tilt stand which means the angle of the monitor can be adjusted by tilting the monitor to your preference. And yes, at any angle you can spot that glossiness. The design overall is nice though. It does have a bit of a plastic feel overall, but hey .. this is 3D on a budget.
The backside of the monitor, plain and simple. You can use a standard VESA wall mount with the monitor if you want to. This Stereoscopic 3D LCD Monitor is sized 24" / 60cm allowing you to use it perfectly fine as desktop monitor, and it's not too small to watch a 3D movie on either
Connectivity wise you'll spot a DC input (power) D-SUB (VGA) connector and the one that you should use of course, DVI. A bit of a miss is the fact that there is no HDMI connector.