REVIEW: Eizo SX2761W-BK Part 5
Eizo differentiates very specifically in the manual when it comes to power consumption. Thus, particular values are only achieved when no USB cable is connected. As a result, we tested both scenarios.
The maximum value quoted by Eizo of 110 and 115 watts respectively is undercut considerably with measured values of 92 watts. The typical power consumption at 50% brightness, listed as 53 watts, is slightly overshot at 64 watts. When in use, it doesn’t matter if you connect a USB cable or not. With a cable, the values measured are even slightly lower.
When switched off, the power consumption is too high at 3 watts, at least when the USB cable is connected. On the other hand, when no USB cable is connected, the power consumption when the monitor is switched off is absolutely acceptable at 0,5 watts. In standby mode, the power consumption increases to 3,9 watts when a USB cable is connected. Without a USB cable, the value is an excellent 1,4 watts.
When it comes to power consumption, the Eizo SX2761W-BK is certainly more economical than the Samsung 275T or the Dell 2707WFP.
The connectors on the Eizo SX2761W are easily accessible and located on the back of the monitor: power connection, two DVI-I (digital and analogue) with HDCP and a USB Uplink port. Both USB ports are located on the left hand side. The DVI connectors offer 1080p support at 50 and 60 Hz.
The connectors are located at the back and are both comprehensive and easily accessible.
Left picture: the 2 USB ports located on the side can be seen. The bulge in the lower back area of the monitor contains the speakers in other Eizo models. However, in the SX2761W, this area does not contain speakers. Right picture: power connection and a little lower right, the Kensington lock anti-theft device. The angular holes below are used for securing the optionally available i-Sound L3.
The USB hub is recognised without difficulty. We discovered no irregularities in use.
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