first let out word about this one last fall, but it looks like the company's just now gotten around to formally introducing its latest 30-inch display, with the CG301W making its debut at the big PMA
show in Las Vegas. Among other things, this one boasts hardware calibration for those not willing to take any chances, and an impressive 97% reproduction of the Adobe RGB color space. Other specs are similarly high-end, including a 2560 x 1600 resolution, dual DVI-D inputs for hooking up two computers (with a picture-in-picture function to boot), and Eizo's Application Specific Integrated Circuit (or ASIC), which promises to work all sorts of magic to deliver the best image possible. No word on a price, but given that Eizo's non-hardware calibrated 30-incher
demands a hefty $2,555, it may be best not to ask.
[Via TG Daily