Eizo has introduced the ColorEdge CG246 — Designed for professionals in digital photography, graphic design, video editing and post-production.
This new 24.1-inch IPS monitor provides 1920 x 1200 native resolution, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness, 7.7ms response time and 178/178 degree viewing angles.
Not only that, the monitor also comes with a built-in calibration sensor, which corresponds to the auto-calibration in accordance with the schedule, and features a DVI-I port, an HDMI port, a DisplayPort and a 2-port USB hub.
The ColorEdge CG246 will go on sale from September 11th for 159,800 Yen (about $2,050).
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