REVIEW: Eizo SX2761W-BK
++ very good, + good, +/- satisfactory, - bad, -- very bad
The range of 27-inch models is very simple – just 4 manufacturers have a monitor in this size category on offer. As well as the Dell 2707WFP-HC and the Samsung 275T, which have already been tested by PRAD, there are also the Acer AL2723W and Eizo SX2761W. The latter monitor has been tested thoroughly in our latest detailed test.
Whilst prices for the models from Acer, Samsung and Dell are pretty much on the same level, the new Eizo is about 40 percent more expensive. What is the Eizo SX2761W capable of that its rivals are not and is the higher price justified? These are exactly the questions we have endeavoured to answer. However, all models have one thing in common: they each contain a Samsung S-PVA panel.
The distinguishing feature of this panel size class is its very large pixel distance at 0,303 mm. Text therefore appears larger in the native resolution than in all other panel sizes. Users who find the text size on a 24- or 30-oinch LCD should opt for a 27-inch model.
Eizo SX2761W-BK left and SX2761W-GY right. (Picture: Eizo)
All test results published were obtained via the digital input of an XFX GeForce 8800GTX. Only the analogue image quality was tested on the analogue connection.
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