EIZO ColorEdge CG275W professional self-calibrating LCD Monitor

Eizo Corporation adds another professional LCD monitor to its line-up, this time a huge 27-inch model called ColorEdge CG275W and featuring a built-in calibration sensor for self-calibration. The new monitor is the second(CG245W) one in their family with such capability and is targeted for professional use in digital photography, graphic design, video editing, post production, and other graphics fields. The self-calibration feature, eliminates the need for an external calibraqtion device, also it works without the need of computer, so the monitor can be scheduled to self-calibrate outside of work hours and thats why improves work efficiency.

The 27-inch ColorEdge CG275W has an IPS (in-plane switching) LCD panel with a native resolution of 2560 x 1440 and 178° viewing angles, a maximum brightness of 270 cd/m2, contrast ratio of 850:1 and 6 ms gray-to-gray response time. It is capable to reproduces 97% wide color gamut of the Adobe RGB color space and offers several features for more accurate colors. Including 3D LUT which improves the panel’s additive color mixture (combination of red, green, and blue) for more accurate color and grayscale tones and Digital Uniformity Equalizer (DUE) that compensates for fluctuations in brightness and chroma uniformity that are characteristic of LCD panels.

Eizo ColorEdge CG275W

The ColorEdge CG275W includes  six preset color modes that reproduce common color spaces used in pre-press, digital photography, broadcasting and digital cinema, and comes equipped with DVI-D, DisplayPort, and Mini DisplayPort ports, as well USB 2.0 hub with three ports. It also includes a shading hood that can be used in portrait mode as well as landscape mode, and has a stand that offers 152 mm height adjustment, 25° tilt, 344° swivel, and 90° rotation.

The ColorEdge CG275W will begin shipping in late March and pricing will vary by country.

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