Eizo has introduced two new office monitors, both of which feature the advanced USB-C input and output, making them convenient for use in multi-monitor setups with only one cable in series. They also function as USB-C docking stations for notebooks or tablets and thus extend their interfaces by a DisplayPort signal channel, Gigabit Ethernet LAN and offer mobile devices a power supply of up to 70 watts via USB-C.
Both newcomers have a very narrow bezel of only 1 mm, which favors the use of several monitors side by side. In addition to USB-C (3.1 Gen1), they feature a DisplayPort as well as HDMI and three USB-A interfaces and functions for power saving and ergonomics such as Auto-EcoView, EcoView-Index and EcoView-Optimizer. The brightness of the two 8-bit IPS panels is 350 nits, the refresh rate 60 Hz, the contrast is specified with 1,000:1 - the sRGB color space is covered according to Eizo. Both models also have an integrated KVM (Keyboard Video Mouse) switch and can thus be used as a keyboard/mouse switch to operate two PCs with only one mouse/keyboard.
The 27-inch EV2795 has a WQHD resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels and the 24-inch EV2495 has a resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 pixels. The two monitors are scheduled to be launched at the end of October and will cost 809 Euro (EV2795) and 609 Euro (EV2495).