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The display weighs a solid 24 pounds and the footstand features two "feet" that extend outward at Eizo ColorEdge CG222W Monitor angles, increasing the display's stability. Anything short of a wrecking ball won't make it wobble, much less knock it over even when the panel height is extended to its highest point. The height of the panel is adjustable by about 3 inches and the distance from the bottom of the bezel to the desktop is 4.

The panel pivots to the left 90 degrees--useful if you prefer portrait mode. Also, the panel swivels left and right about 45 degrees but doesn't tilt back. The display includes an easy-to-assemble, antireflective hood that drapes the panel, Eizo ColorEdge CG222W Monitor unwanted light out. Accessing the connections proved fairly easy as they rest to the right of the stand; however, pivoting the display makes access a lot easier. The CN user interface is a little more complicated than other software packages to understand, but has all the features that are needed.

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There is no "automatic" image rotation in the software though. This display raises and lowers about 6 inches, tilts from upright to laid back a bit, and pivots about 35 degrees from left to right.

The base stays in one place while the display pivots. The bottom of the display is about 6 inches off the table when in fully down position. The gray looks very neutral. Back Panel Here is the arrangement of the back panel, left to right, as looking from the back: No USB on the side.

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Uniformity details The uniformity of color and Eizo ColorEdge CG222W Monitor across the screen is the best I've seen on these newer, less expensive, high gamut displays: The largest delta E difference between any point on the screen is 2. Other displays in this category were in the 5's or more. The average dE difference is about 1. You can also create your own profile by choosing custom gamma, white point, black level, and brightness settings, and saving them in a profile.

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If you're not familiar with how these settings work and how they affect Eizo ColorEdge CG222W Monitor quality, you can select one of two preset targets with settings optimized for basic print or photography usage. There's also a Paper White Measurement feature that lets you measure the white level of your paper, allowing you to match colors that appear on the screen with how they will appear in print.


The CGW is housed Eizo ColorEdge CG222W Monitor a basic black cabinet with a very thin screen bezel. The bottom edge sports ten function buttons including the power switcha power LED, and a BrightRegulator sensor that detects ambient light and adjusts the brightness for optimal viewing.

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In addition to dedicated input selection and auto-adjust buttons, there's a button that locks up the function buttons to prevent accidental changes to your settings, and there's a FineContrast button that cycles through four display modes, including sRGB the typical color mode for surfing the netEMU and CAL modes defined by the calibration softwareand Custom a user-defined mode. The remaining five buttons are used to access and navigate the on-screen display menu system, where you Eizo ColorEdge CG222W Monitor manually adjust gamma, saturation, color temperature, and hue levels, as well as clock, phase, and brightness levels.

The panel is supported by a Y-shaped stand that provides full adjustability, including height, tilt, swivel, and pivot maneuverability. It comes with EIZO's Active Rotation Utility, but oddly, the utility does not work with this model, so when you pivot the panel you'll have to change the screen orientation manually using your graphics card's rotation adjustment, if it has one. Unfortunately, Eizo ColorEdge CG222W Monitor monitor does not offer HDMI connectivity, but it does have dual DVI-I ports that can be used to receive digital and analog signals.

There's also an upstream USB port and two downstream USB ports for connecting to external peripherals and flash drives. While it's nice to have USB connectivity, I'd prefer to have the downstream ports mounted Eizo ColorEdge CG222W Monitor the side, where they would be easy to reach, rather than in the back, where EIZO has positioned them on this monitor. The ColorEdge CGW " Widescreen LCD Display from EIZO is a high-quality monitor built with video professionals and graphic designers in mind. At $1, the Eizo ColorEdge CGW should be considered by graphics professionals only. While the display has color accuracy that's.


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