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New Eizo monitor unveiled

Posted on Mar 24, 2020

The Eizo ColorEdge CS2740 promises ‘one solution for all requirements’.

Designed for photographers, videographers, graphic designers and more, Eizo’s new monitor offers creatives a new option when it comes to workflow.

Each of the 27-inch, 4K monitors is individually measured and configured in the factory. Once home, it’s capable of a 90-second calibration using the Ezio ColorNavigation 7 calibration software and EX4 sensor.

Accuracy is also aided by the monitor’s 16-bit colour depth and coverage of all conventional gamuts (eg. 99% Adobe RGB). Other features include contrast of 1000:1 and brightness of 350 cd/m2.

When it comes to connectivity, the Eizo ColorEdge CS2740 features a USB-C port, allowing users to connect and work from a laptop with no separate docking station or additional power supply unit. There are also four USB downstream ports for additional accessories such as an SSD, a keyboard or a memory card reader. A DisplayPort and an HDMI port are also featured.

The monitor comes with a five-year warranty including an on-site exchange service.

For more information, please visit the Eizo website.

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