The Eizo FlexScan T2351W-L is a well-designed touch-screen monitor that prices itself out of the grasp of most users.
The Eizo FlexScan T2351W-L doesn't flex. Nor does it scan. You should check out the review anyway.
Photos of the FlexScan T2351W-L, featuring the red lever. Red.
The Eizo FLexScan T2351W-L is a well-designed touch screen monitor, that prices itself out of most users' grasp.
The Eizo FlexScan L997 is a high-end LCD that delivers excellent performance and all the adjustability a graphics pro could want.
HP's entry into the ultrathin monitor space, the x2301 is a worthwhile edition worth its small fee.
Professionals who are looking for CRT-quality graphics in an LCD (and are willing to pay for it) will love the FlexScan L885.
The EcoView feature, allows the monitors--using motion detectors--to detect if a person is sitting in front of it.
If this display were dirt cheap, it would be a great deal. However, its extra features just don't make up for a high price tag and lackluster image quality.
The Eizo may cost more than most 17-inch CRTs, but you get your money's worth in great image quality and useful features. It's a worthy choice for home and office users who can afford it.