REVIEW: Eizo S2410W-K Part 6
Using the item Screen Size, one can set the way the Eizo S2410W-K interpolates non-native resolutions (full screen, aspect and 1:1). Border intensity lets you adjust the intensity of the black borders surrounding the displayed picture. The item Signal Priority defines whether DVI-I input 1 or to 2 should be prioritized or whether the input is to be selected manually. With Off Timer, users can select the amount of time after which the display will automatically turn itself off. The menu item Beep lets you deactivate the confirmation beep sound that is uttered each time you make use of a function by pushing one of the sensor buttons. Menu Settings reveals functions for changing position, size, transparency and display duration of the OSD. Power Indicator gives you the option to turn the Power LED on and off. Last but not least there is the menu item called Reset which reverts everything back to its default factory settings.
The Eizo S2410W-K comes with a USB cable which, when used in conjunction with the Eizo ScreenManager Pro software included in the CD, allows you to carry out all of the S2410W-K’s settings conveniently and quickly by mouse.
Eizo ScreenManager Pro
Eizo ScreenManager Pro offers an extended range of functions. Using it, you are able to link individual settings to certain applications. Each time the respective application is being started, the desired settings will then load up automatically. In order to load settings quickly, the user is also enabled to assign hotkeys.
Hotkey settings menu of ScreenManager Pro
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