Monday, December 3rd 2018

EIZO Announces the FlexScan EV2457 Monitor

EIZO Corporation (TSE: 6737) today announced the release of the FlexScan EV2457, a 24.1-inch LCD monitor featuring a frameless and fully-flat stylish cabinet design with DisplayPort daisy chain compatibility for improved work efficiency and style in the office.

The EV2457, a 24.1-inch 1920 x 1200 resolution LCD monitor, has a frameless and fully-flat design for improved multi-monitor use. With the super thin bezels, several monitors can be arranged side-by-side with minimal space between screens, improving work efficiency and saving space on the desk. Furthermore the monitor comes in either white or black with matching cable colors, for a fully coordinated and stylish office.
With DisplayPort 1.2 daisy chain compatibility, several monitors can be connected in a row using a single connection between each. This removes the need for an external docking station or MST hub on PCs with limited outputs. Furthermore without the need for several long signal cables, cable clutter is reduced, leading to a neater and more work-efficient space.

The monitor also comes with four USB 3.1 Type-A ports with 5V power supply, allowing several devices such as a mouse, keyboard, and/or headset to be connected to the conveniently accessible monitor rather than the PC.
The FlexScan EV2457 is also compatible with EIZO's proprietary software Screen InStyle, which lets users control multiple monitors at once, including synced brightness and power settings. An additional feature allows switching of the monitor inputs using user-defined hot keys rather than the switches on the front of the monitor. A server app for Screen InStyle gives an administrator control over the settings of all FlexScan EV2457 units in an installation from a central location. This is especially helpful for enterprises that want to ensure all units are adjusted properly and the power-save settings are activated.
Sources: EIZO, FlexScan EV2457 Page
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5 Comments on EIZO Announces the FlexScan EV2457 Monitor

Wow, it retails for the equivalent of $580 in Japan. Sure, tech stuff is normally expensive in Japan, but this will most likely only be about $100 cheaper elsewhere.
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Nice, 1920x1200 res. Haven't seen those in awhile.
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Finally a 16:10 panel... why couldn't they make it 2560x1600 or 3840x2400? Would really love to get a high res replacement for the old U2412M.
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i wish 16:10 where more common in the pc world. I'm so sick of scrolling and apps not utilizing horizontal space.
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