Eizo FlexScan S1902 LCD monitor for your office

Eizo intros its new 19-inch FlexScan S1902 LCD Monitor,which will replace their FlexScan S1901, designed for the needs of corporate and small offices. The monitor has a TN panel with 1280 × 1024 native resolution (square 5:4 aspect ratio), brightness of 250 cd/m2, contrast ratio is 1000:1 and viewing angles of 170° horizontally and 160° vertically.

The FlexScan S1902 has 5ms response time,  comes with two integrated speaker x 0.5 W and two and a headphone jack. Because the monitor is aimed primary for the office usage and users users spending more time viewing documents and ebooks on their monitor, EIZO is incorporate two preset mode called Paper mode and EyeCare. Paper mode resembles the look of printed paper by adjusting the black level and reducing the contrast ratio of the screen and makes viewing the screen more comfortable and help reduce eyestrain. The “EyeCare” mode,  lowers brightness to a mere 3 cd/m2 to help reduce eye fatigue in work environments such with little or no ambient lighting. The monitor is EPEAT Gold, Energy Star 5.0, TCO Displays 5.1 compliance and has a EcoView Index energy efficiency gauge that displays power and CO2 savings on screen.

Eizo FlexScan S1902

The new 19-inch monitor also include an Auto EcoView brightness sensor on the front bezel that reads the ambient lightning and adjusts the screen’s brightness to the “ideal” level. The monitor is also compatible with  EIZO’s EcoView NET software which offers power savings for large installations and gives administrators centralized control over the power settings of all FlexScan monitors on a network. S1902 comes with 100 mm height adjustable stand with swivel, tilt DVI-D and D-Sub input and is is now shipping with five years warranty, but the price was not announced.

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