To do tasks such as playing games or photo editing, demands a full-featured display. EIZO’s FlexScan S1931-SE fits that bill perfectly. It offers a 19-inch screen with 1280 x 1024 resolution, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 280cd/m2 brightness, built-in 0.3W stereo speakers, and 8ms response time. Expect to shell out $594 for this display when it’s released (late November).

The company showcases its “178 degree viewing angle” and built-in “BrightRegulator” — which apparently adjusts the monitor’s brightness setting based on surrounding light levels — and it also offers up a pair of DVI inputs and one VGA port in the connection department

[via engadget]

To do tasks such as playing games or photo editing, demands a full-featured display. EIZO’s FlexScan S1931-SE fits that bill perfectly. It offers a 19-inch screen with 1280 x 1024 resolution, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 280cd/m2 brightness, built-in 0.3W stereo speakers, and 8ms response time. Expect to shell out $594 for this display when it’s released (late November).

The company showcases its “178 degree viewing angle” and built-in “BrightRegulator” — which apparently adjusts the monitor’s brightness setting based on surrounding light levels — and it also offers up a pair of DVI inputs and one VGA port in the connection department

[via engadget]