EIZO uses the following panel technologies: PVA, IPS, TN.
Full High Definition. High-definition image display with 1920 pixels in 1080 lines. Full HD is either transmitted in 1080p (progressive) or 1080i (interlaced).
According to the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), the quality assurance guidelines are according to the X-ray ordinance (QS-RL): "Quality assurance measures for X-ray devices to examine or treat humans".
No special compatibility is required between EIZO monitors and Windows 11. If supported by the graphics card or chip and its driver, all monitors and their resolutions will be correctly recognised and applied.
EIZO software will support Windows 11 in the future as follows: Windows 11 support
Please refer to the footnote below the table.
Smart Insight determines the content of dark scenes and optimizes them such that they are more visible and clearer.
ICC profiles can be found in the download area on our international EIZO website.
When you enable High Dynamic Range (HDR) in OS Display settings to use with ColorEdge selected SDR color mode, the color appears washed out.
When you disable High Dynamic Range (HDR) in OS Display settings to use with ColorEdge selected HDR color mode, the color appears extremely overexposed / bright.
Please set High Dynamic Range in OS Display settings correctly according to the selected color mode of the monitor.
Please refer to the user's manual for the SDR color mode and HDR color mode for each models.
＜the High Dynamic Range setting in OS＞
Windows: Settings -> System -> Display -> HDR -> "Use HDR" turn off
macOS: Apple -> System Preferences -> Displays -> Display settings -> "High Dynamic Range" turn off
Color Mode (monitor): HDR / HDR setting (OS): ON
Color Mode (monitor): HDR / HDR setting (OS): off
Color Mode (monitor): SDR / HDR setting (OS): ON
Color Mode (monitor): SDR / HDR setting (OS): off
From the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety
Yes, the USB LAN interface in EIZO monitors is usually suitable for use. For authentication during software deployment and system maintenance of client machines, we recommend using secure and unique GUID/UUID (Universally Unique Identifier) instead of MAC addresses.
Note: The use of MAC addresses can be incomplete because NICs such as USB LAN adapters, docks or monitors have their own MAC addresses and computers without a LAN port do not have a MAC address of the NIC. In addition, incompatibilities can - not infrequently - occur between hardware from different manufacturers. The use of GUID/UUID is manufacturer-independent.
GUID/UUID authentication for PXE-initiated deployments can be set quite easily in System Center Configuration Manager.
The following chat describes how it works:
Information on older EIZO models is available on the EIZO Global website.