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Thursday, 24 May 2007 08:53

Eizo introduces new line of professional LCD displays

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Dual HDMI and more


Eizo has announced a range of new professional LCD displays with a range of features targeting back offices and trading rooms. The new series consists of the FlexScan S2031W and the FlexScan S2431W.

The FlexScan S2031W is a 20in widescreen display with a native resolution of 1,680 x 1,050. The FlexScan S2431W ups the ante, as this is a 24in model with a native resolution of 1,920 x 1,200.

Both displays use VA panels and can be used in landscape or portrait mode. The S2031W has a brightness of 300cd/m2 , a contrast ratio of 900:1 and a response time of 8ms. The S2431W has a brightness of 450 cd/m2, a contrast ration of 1000:1 and finally an impressive response time of 6ms.

But the really interesting model is the HD2451W, which again is a 24in widescreen display that has been specifically designed for HD video content. It will de-interlace 1080i content and offers a contrast ratio of 3000:1. It shares the 6ms response time with the S2431W.

It has dual HDMI interfaces with HDCP protection, as well as a single DVI, D-sub, Japanese D4 (similar to component video but with sound) and support for composite and S-video inputs with separate analog audio inputs. It also has dual upstream USB ports

These new displays will be available in Japan on the 7th of June. The HD2451W is expected to retail for around US$1,233, the S2431W for $945 and the S2031W for $492.


You can see a picture of the rear of the HD2451W below and if you're interested in more details, head over to EIZO's website

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