The manufacturer has expanded its FlexScan range with three models ultra-thin and flat, on 24 and 27-inch sizes, designed for business such as control rooms and operations environments.


The new monitors FlexScan EV2456, EV2451 (from 24 ') and EV2750 (from 27 ') of Eizo they have an ultra-thin frame, 1 mm, both on the sides and on top, with black edges of 4.6 mm throughout the perimeter of the LCD panel, with only 48.5 mm casing depth is 48.5 mm, especially suitable for multi-monitor installation.

These flat computers equipped with a LCD panel with Led-backlit IPS to provide a viewing angle of 178 ° and contrast ratio of 1000:1, adjustable dimming of brightness up to 1 cd/m2 and the Eizo parpardeo-free hybrid technology.

The native resolution is 1.920 × 1, 200 for model FlexScan EV2456; of 1.920 × 1. 080p to EV2451, and 2.560 × 1. 440p for EV2750, with 250 to 350 cd/m2 brightness. All monitors include electrostatic switches on the front of the screen to navigate through the OSD menu on screen.

EIZO-FlexScan-ev2456-ev2451-y-ev2750Another new feature is its new foot flexible, with 20% more than range adjustment in height in relation to the previous models, 158.6 mm (EV2456) and 172,7 mm (EV2451), angle of 40 ° (35 ° upwards and 5 ° downwards), as well as pivot of 344 of 90 ° to display in vertical.

In addition, manufacturer incorporates its own EcoView technologies to reduce energy consumption, as EcoView Optimizer 2, savings by dimming the brightness of the backlight and increase gain on screens that consist mainly of in Dark content, and Auto EcoView, which automatically adjusts the display brightness according to changes in the environment, also reducing eye fatigue.

The new Screen InStyle of Eizo patented software allows you to adjust color, circadian darkening and the power. Settings can apply to all computers in an installation multi-monitor, eliminating the need for manually on each monitor.

An application server for Screen InStyle gives administrator control the settings on compatible monitors in an installation from a central location. The systems feature a DisplayPort input terminal, HDMI, DVI-D and D-Sub, as well as USB 3.0 hub

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By • 14 Nov, 2016
• Section: Thoroughly, Display