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Eizo intros new ColorEdge self-calibrating monitor

updated 08:55 pm EST, Wed March 2, 2011

Monitor features self-correction for color

Eizo has expanded its ColorEdge series of professional-level monitors with the new 27-inch CG275W variant. The monitor features 2560x1440 resolution, 850:1 contrast ratio, and 270 cd/mē brightness, while the IPS panel is claimed to spread the viewing angles out to 178 degrees. Users can connect computers using DVI-D, DisplayPort or Mini DisplayPort inputs.

For tasks that require accurate color representation, the monitor offers a wide gamut that reproduces 97 percent of the Adobe RGB color space. The monitor also offers automatic hardware calibration, which is built into the monitor and customizable using included software. Other systems are claimed to help compensate for brightness fluctuations and ambient temperature.

The CG275W is expected to launch in late March, though the company has yet to announce pricing information. [via PhotographyBlog]

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