Eizo outs FlexScan T1751 multitouch LCD monitor

Eizo rolls out its second multitouch monitor, which is appropriate for schools and businesses that prefer a smaller screen in a standard 5:4 aspect ratio and has  multitouch capabilities like tapping, scrolling, dragging, pinching, etc.

The new 17-inch FlexScan T1751 LCD monitor has a vertical alignment panel with native resolution of 1280 x 1024 and viewing angles of 178°, brightness of 180 cd/m2 and contrast ratio of 1500:1. The monitor boasts non-scratch touch surface,  made of reinforced glass with a hardness of 5.5 Mohs and utilize optical imaging touch screen technology which accepts input from a bare or gloved hand as well as a touch pen.

Eizo FlexScan T1751 Multitouch Monitor

The monitor is equipped with ergonomic stand, specifically developed for multitouch use, called “LaidBack”, which is short like a picture frame stand so the monitor bezel rests on the desktop and tilts back in six stages from 15° to 65° and allows the user to look almost directly down at the screen and comfortably touch it without having to extend his/her arm. Furthermore the display packs a an ambient brightness sensor, called Auto EcoView that adjusts the screen’s brightness, also 10-bit gamma correction function and has four preset modes – Custom (user-determined settings), EyeCare, Text, and sRGB. EyeCare mode lowers brightness to a mere 3 cd/m2 to help reduce eye fatigue in environments with little or no ambient lighting.


Additional Features

  • Available with an all black cabinet or a two-tone cabinet where the front bezel is gray and the sides and rear are black.
  • DVI-D and D-Sub for connecting to PCs with digital and analog graphics boards respectively.
  • Dual 0.5-watt internal speakers and a headphone jack.
  • energy Star 5.0 compliance.
  • Three-year manufacturer’s limited warranty.
  • Compatibility with EIZO EcoView NET software (available through EIZO subsidiaries and distributors) which gives administrators centralized control over the power settings of all FlexScan monitors on a network.

The FlexScan T1751 is now shipping, no info about price.

Eizo FlexScan T1751 Multitouch Monitor

Eizo FlexScan T1751 Multitouch Monitor

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