So far Eizo only lists the new professional monitor Eizo ColorEdge CS2740 on its Japanese qwebsite, the successor of the 2016 launched CS2730. The new version has a higher resolution - 4K (3,840 x 2.160) instead of WQHD (2.560 x 1.440) and new current interfaces.
Its IPS panel is 350 nits bright, has a contrast of 1:1,000 and covers the Adobe RGB color space is more than 99%. Integrated hardware calibration with 16-bit LUT can perform color calibration in just 90 seconds using Eizo's free ColorNavigator 7 tool and a supported calibration sensor. In addition to the CS2740, an anti-glare hood and a special calibration sensor are optionally available. Eizo offers a five-year warranty on the CS2740 (or up to 30,000 operating hours). The CS2740 can be tilted 30°, rotated 344° and height adjusted up to 155mm for better ergonomics - Pivot also works.
The DVI interface of the CS2730 has been replaced by a modern USB-C port, which also supports 60W power delivery, i.e. can also supply a connected notebook with power via the display cable. The other interfaces include a DisplayPort, HDMI as well as USB Type-A and Type-B ports.
The Eizo CS2740 will be on the market soon, the price is not yet known - for orientation: the CS2730 cost 1,899 euros for its market launch.