With the Eizo ColorEdge CS2410, Eizo has introduced a new 24" (61cm) monitor for professional users that features integrated hardware-side color calibration. The CS230's successor also features a slightly larger display, now 24.1" instead of 23", with a higher resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 pixels instead of 1,920 x 1,080, and covers more than 100% (instead of 97%) of the sRGB color space. The other technical data has remained the same: a reflection-free IPS panel with a color depth of 8-bit, a brightness of 300 nits and a contrast ratio of 1,000:1 is used. The viewing angle is the usual 178° vertically and horizontally.
Eizo ColorEdge CS2410
Via hardware calibration with 16-bit LUT, the CS2410 can be calibrated using the ColorNavigator 7 color management software from Eizo. The monitor can be adjusted in height by 155mm, swivelled sideways by 344° or tilted by -5 to 35° - and it can also be used upright (pivot). It has an HDMI, a DisplayPort as well as a DVI-D connector and a USB 3.1 Gen1 Hub with three ports.
Eizo promises professional users a high uniformity of the display with regard to brightness and color representation through the Digital Uniformity Equalizer (DUE), which helps to compensate for fluctuations. The Eizo ColorEdge CS2410 is already on the market and available from around 630 euros.