View Full Version : Eizo Monitors
01-09-2004, 01:55 PM
Does somebody know about trademark EIZO??
I have the oportunity to buy a EIZO monitor at a ver low price and I would like to know if somebody knows about them or better if somebody owns one.
I need to decide fast because it's sales time now in the shop and maybe later will be more expensive.
generaly EIZO monitors are top class. However if it is a used one i would only buy it after i had the chance to see it working as i would with every used monitor.
01-09-2004, 02:56 PM
no it's not a used one but a sale promotion in a shop that deals with stock material.
To get closer to the point, the product is:
Eizo monitor in question (http://www.eizo.com/products/crt/t766/index.asp)
Technical specs (http://www.eizo.com/products/crt/t766/spec.asp)
Thanks for the quick response Srek
01-09-2004, 07:00 PM
I have 2 Eizo monitors set up for Dual screen and they provide a very consistent very reliable 12x10 res at 75hz and work perfectly on Horizontal span modes. They are turnable as well and the brackets can be removed so you can attach them to gimble arms if you have them in your office. Go for it if you can get them on sale. Hey is this a web thing can anybody join in?
01-09-2004, 07:04 PM
I had a 19' eizo for about four years. It was the best monitor I've ever sat down in front of, and once in front of it my eyes had no problem viewing it for up to 18h/day. It didn't last more than somewhere around 3-4 years, maybe that was due to it was transported around and stored from time to time, the fact that it didn't last so long made me try onother manufacturer(eizo themself claims that their monitors have about 6 year life span, maybe if it's been on one and the same desk and at 8h/day). I have now a Iiyama and I hate it! not a single day goes by without me cursing it! many ppl say that Iiyama do top quality monitors, bah! my next monitor will be a 21 eizo, no doubt about it!
01-10-2004, 02:00 PM
Thanks Slugger and Greynite1, I had also the offer to buy a 19'' LaCie one for 275 €, about 250 us dollars, but maybe I'll decide for a pair of Eizos :buttrock: :applause: :applause: :buttrock:
Thanks for the feedback, very much apreciated.
No Greynite1 it's no website but a small Store here in Valencia (Spain) where I live. I'll ask the employes if they have that kind of service today when I go to buy that pair of beauties.
01-17-2006, 02:00 AM
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