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See that bloke? That's Darren Murph. Well, a digital representation of the human version, anyway. That image was captured in two painless seconds at the hands of 3D3 Solutions, which was on-hand here at SIGGRAPH to demonstrate its newest FlexScan setups. The rig that snapped our face rings up at

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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,

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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

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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

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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%

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It's been a hot minute since we've spotted a FlexScan monitor from Eizo, but the outfit is hitting back today with a DisplayPort-equipped new member in the S2432W-H. The 24-incher includes a native WUXGA resolution (1,920 x 1,200), 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 360 cd/m2 brightness and a response time of

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Eizo's certainly no stranger to high-end monitors, and the company's now expanding its offerings yet again, this time with an LCD targeted specifically at gamers. Judging from the specs, however, the 24-inch FlexScan HD2452W should please just about anyone with the necessary money to spend, with it

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Eizo's back with a new 24-inch Flexscan SX2461W-U monitor for the colorblind color-weak chromatically sight challenged interpeoples. It chews the same CUD (Color Universal Design) technology of their 19-incher which uses shapes, positions, patterns, and so on to communicate color information back t

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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 afte

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Eizo sure looks to have outdone itself with its latest FlexScan monitor, which considerably ups the size and specs (and price) over the company's previous models. Leading the list of attention-grabbing specifications is the monitor's 2560 x 1600 (or WQXGA) resolution which, when combined with the d

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Eizo's HD2451W not good enough for you? Looks like the firm is cranking out yet another widescreen monitor, but the differences aren't all that substantial. Nevertheless, the FlexScan HD2441W sports a 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, 3,000:1 contrast ratio, 450 cd/m2 brightness, 178-degree viewing angles,

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Yup, it's another 24-inch, 1920 x 1200 LCD monitor with 1000:1 contrast ratio. Not that that's a bad thing. This time, it's Eizo doing the honors with this, their ¥149,800 (about $1,232) FlexScan HD2451W. That \"HD\" in the name gives a hint to the panel's 2x HDMI inputs for 1080p sourced content

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EIZO is fleshing out its already robust lineup of diversified 19-inch LCDs by offering up the FlexScan S1931-SE. The display boasts an \"EZ-UP\" stand which makes raising and lowering the monitor to match your comfort level a breeze, but manages to sport otherwise uninspiring specs. It rocks a 1,280

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Eizo just spat-out 19-inches of top-quality CUD for your graphics department to lap up. Designed apparently to assist the color blind, the FlexScan L797 is the first to carry the mark of the CUD, or Color Universal Design, and comes loaded with a \"color vision simulation facitlity\" to redisplay an

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Nothing too standout, but Eizo has announced couple of new FlexScan LCDs for Japan. Both the 21.3-inch S2100 and the 20.1-inch S2000 screens sport 1600 x 1200 resolutions, 1000:1 contrast ratios, 8ms response times, 300cd/m2 of brightness, and 178 degrees of viewing angle. The displays have the D

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