EIZO Releases Limited Edition 21.6-inch OLED Monitor - 4K and HDR

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Price?
     
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    "only" 3000 € :)
     

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    an expensive photo frame...the problem all those "gaming" or "other use" monitors face is the fact that you can get much bigger high-end 5/5 everywhere rated oled tvs for less
    it will look nice on someone's yacht but I'm not sure that's a viable market for any company, unless they make those 21" monitors for process testing and want to get rid of them or something
    (I'm currently setting up an LG C8 it took me half a day to even see "real" 4k (and not the default blurry mess) but out of 2 people 1) was hypnotized and spent without realizing 15min not saying a word just staring at the tv 2) left and bought one immediately lol
    edit : oh yeah also 4K on a 21" makes no sense, I understand that they are only making 4K panels now but just saying, I was lent a 27" 4K monitor for testing other than allowing you to have micro-verse icons and text size it didn't look "that good" and I couldn't see details it's just too small
     
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    Yeah pricy piece of tech.
     
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    somewhere, at EIZO HQ, someone is laughing ... "look, tho, another poor soul is asking for the price... "
     
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    looks great to me..but not cheap..
     
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    I agree with you. And about the 4K screen size, for web browsing and office work, I tested a 32 inch display, it was still kinda small @ 100%, I used 125% magnification to be able to somehow use it. 3 weeks later i ended up sending it back to Amazon..
     
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    I remember Eizo at the crt monitor era they where the Ferrari of crt monitors, while i was too young to get one ....i mean no matter how hard i would beg my dad to get me one i was never going to get one :p. But what everyone was saying is that they where professional monitor with unbeatable color reproduction. So here is my question does this repution still hold? Do they have anything other monitor makers don't nowdays ?
     
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    Reminds me of an ex of mine, just with less warmth and annoying input lag...and some some tearing...
     
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    hahahaha...you crazy funny Loobyluggs....:D
     
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    I haven't bought EIZO lately but i think they have the best quality money can buy. I still have a FlexScan L568 from 2004. At 500 Euros it was the most expensive LCD in its category. It's a 17" 720p LCD and even back then it had dual inputs and you could switch from one comp to another with the touch of a button. Image quality wise, the monitor hasn't degraded a single bit , still as sharp as it was 15 yrs ago and its stand with every possible adjustment you can think of is a work of art.
     
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    @Taskforce i see so they held up their standards it seems :)
     

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