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Eizo may not be aiming this one directly at average consumers, but there's nothing stopping you from picking up its new 17-inch FlexScan T1751 monitor to make your industrial-style multitouch dreams come true. As you can sort of see above, this one can either be used upright or titled nearly flat,...

October 16th 2010 at 12:40am 0 Comments
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When not thrilling us with their excessively ugly HDTVs, the kids at Eizo usually have a relatively benign monitor or two to send our way. The FlexScan S2433W-H is a 24.1-inch LCD that sports WUXGA resolution (1920x1200), a 16ms response time, a DVI-D (HDCP) port, DisplayPort, and a coverage rate o...

July 31st 2009 at 2:42am 0 Comments
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Nobody was happy to see digital video standards splinter along the lines of DisplayPort and HDMI back in 2007. Two years on and Dell and Apple seem to be the primary forces behind the standard as the rest of the consumer electronics industry opts for straight-up HDMI. Kind of makes you wonder if Di...

June 12th 2009 at 5:41am 0 Comments
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Eizo's known for doling out less-than-affordable LCD monitors, but this one just takes the crown (for now). Slated to dazzle in operating rooms everywhere this July, the RadiForce LS560W is a 56-inch behemoth of an LCD that boasts a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 (or darn close to native 4k x 2k). We'...

April 2nd 2009 at 1:29pm 0 Comments
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Eizo's known for doling out less-than-affordable LCD monitors, but this one just takes the crown (for now). Slated to dazzle in operating rooms everywhere this July, the RadiForce LS560W is a 56-inch behemoth of an LCD that boasts a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 (or darn close to native 4k x 2k). We'...

April 2nd 2009 at 1:29pm 0 Comments
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Apart from the occasional foray into unconventional remote controls, Eizo is best known for its often-specialized monitors, and the company has returned to its stomping grounds with its latest announcement: a pair of new FlexScan LCDs that promise to cover 95% of the Adobe RGB color space (and 92%...

January 15th 2009 at 4:09pm 0 Comments