If you have a seemingly insatiable appetite for screen real estate, Eizo's out to satisfy. The firm has unleashed a new duo of FlexScan monitors, which both sport a 1,920 x 1,200 resolution VA panel and the ability to be set up vertically or horizontally. As for the 24.1-inch SX2461W (pictured after the jump), it promises to reproduce 96-percent of the AdobeRGB color space and features a 850:1 contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness, six-millisecond response time, HDCP-compliant DVI connector and a pair of USB ports. The 27-incher differs by handling 95-percent of the AdobeRGB color space, sporting 320 cd/m2 brightness and giving users a few more inches (but not pixels, mind you) to work with. Price wise, the little(r) fellow will run you a stiff ¥137,800 ($1,202) when it lands next month, while the 27-incher will demand an additional ¥40,200 ($350).
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