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« on: August 12, 2018, 11:51:08 pm »

Eizo CG277 & CX271

The Eizo CG277 and CX271 use a matte 2560x1440 8 Bit +FRC LG AH-IPS panel, are glow free, can be hardware calibrated, self-calibrated (the CG277 has a built in colorimeter) and have colour compensation. The CX271 is the same as the CG277 but does not come with a built in colorimeter.

Review by PRAD

Eizo CG2730

Review by PRAD

Eizo EV2736W

Discontinued 2013 monitor which used multiple matte 2560x1440 Samsung PLS panels.

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Eizo FS2735

Review by Extra Hardware CZ
Review by Hardware Info
Review by PRAD
Review by TFT Central

The Eizo FS2735 uses a 27" 2560x1440 resolution 8 Bit AUO AHVA panel, a nearly grain free matte coating, excellent colour presets, a high quality matte black bezel which increases the perceived black depth*, fast pixel response times and a 144hz refresh rate. Free-Sync (AMD GPU required) works from 56-144hz/fps, eliminates tearing and lag, it is the only AHVA Free-Sync monitor with back-light strobing, and has excellent 1080p scaling which makes it the best all around 27" 1440p AHVA 144hz monitor for PC and console gaming, and watching 1080p content.

*Dark matte grey bezels increase the perceived black depth even more.

Eizo EV2750

Review by Alexander Gryzhin (=DEAD=)

Eizo CG279X

Review by PRAD

Matte, fully wide gamut and fully adjustable 2560x1440 resolution LG AH-IPS panel with a built in colorimeter, Displayport, Dual-Link DVI, HDMI, USB-C, 2x USB 2.0 (back), 2x USB 3.0 (side) and a 16 bit 3D LUT.  The Eizo has very accurate color presets aside from the DCI-P3 mode which has very high, 2.6 preset gamma which causes black crush, but it is important to note that the point of monitors like the CG279X is to be hardware calibrated with an accurate colorimeter, and used for work with programs which support color management.  The Eizo has slow pixel response times, but fairly low input lag (9ms) for a professional display.
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