In Japan, the new Pro-Monitor Eizo ColorEdge CS2740 was already listed in late October 2019 as the successor to CS2730, which was launched in 2016.
The Eizo CS2740 is a significant upgrade, as it has a significantly higher resolution of 4K (3.840 x 2.160) than its predecessor model instead of WQHD (2.560 x 1.440) and also has an additional modern and versatile interface with USB-C.
Its IPS panel with 10-bit color depth is individually measured and optimally adjusted at the factory to permanently eliminate any inhomogeneities such as differences in brightness and partial color casts. It is 350 nits bright, has a contrast of 1:1,000 and covers the Adobe RGB color space to more than 99%. The integrated hardware calibration with 16-bit LUT can perform a 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 also available as options. 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 adjusted up to 155mm in height for improved ergonomics - pivot is also possible.
The DVI interface of the CS2730 has been replaced by a modern USB-C port that also supports 60W power delivery, i.e. it can also supply power to a connected notebook via the display cable. The other interfaces include a DisplayPort, HDMI and a USB hub with two USB 3.1 and two USB 2.0 ports.
The Eizo CS2740 will be launched in May at a price of EUR 1,547 (RRP) - making it cheaper than its predecessor model, the CS2730, which cost around EUR 1,900 at market launch.