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The EV2336W is a full-HD monitor (1920 x 1080, 16:9 aspect ratio) with IPS panel for wider viewing angles with minimal change in contrast and hue when viewed off centre. LED backlighting uses even less energy in day-to-day use and contains no mercury, so manufacturing and disposal are less harmful to the environment.
Ideal For: General office or home use
For our advice on choosing a monitor go to: Monitor Buying Guide.
For full specifications etc, please visit the Eizo.com website: EV2336W
Why buy your EIZO from Native Digital? We've been selling EIZO screens since 2005 and have a wealth of knowledge and experience. We specialise in high-end monitors and colour calibration equipment for professional users and can advise you on the right equipment to use, and importantly, how to use it. As well as pre-sales advice, we're happy to talk to customers and provide post-sales advice and support as required via the phone, email or our remote support facility.
Don't forget that our news / support / blog website regularly features articles on EIZO products along with hints, tips and views on calibration and profiling. You can visit the site here: http://nativedigital.co.uk/site/blog
Posted by David Stewart ( Paradox ) on 22nd Mar 2013
We are a small full service design agency. Over the last 11 years we have probably bought 35-40 screens, mainly production standard or high-end business.We were turned onto Eizo after we bought a ColorEdge and subsequently an Eco FlexScan, both of which we were really impressed with.
However,we have never once had a screen with a dead pixel until this latest Eizo FlexScan. No problem! we thought, Eizo will swap it out.
How wrong were we! Eizo consider this to be within acceptable tolerances, and won't replace it. It will be going onto the fiery as the printer screen, as the designer it went to isn't a happy bunny and only sees the dead pixel.
I do have nothing but praise for NativeDigital for trying to resolve this with Eizo, but really surprised at Eizo considering this to be acceptable in current times, especially when even the average person, now, will send back a smart phone with any screen fault whatsoever, and dead pixels just aren't tolerated, even in a home environment.
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