REVIEW: Eizo S2242WH-GY Part 2
Considering the connectors on the Eizo S2242WH, the scope of supply is complete. A DVI cable for digital connection and a D-Sub VGA cable for analogue connection with the PC are included, as is a stereo jack connector cable (3.5 mm), a USB cable and the power cable. Furthermore, there is a CD with a screen driver and the software for screen settings on the PC, Screen Manager Pro, plus the guarantee card and a user manual with a description of the first steps.
Scope of supply of the Eizo S2242WH.
From the outset, Eizo does without optical frills. The simple, professional looking exterior of the S2242WH is familiar to is– clear lines and high-quality materials define the optical appearance of the monitor. A narrow, 1,6 cm frame surrounds the panel and the base is compact and stable. The greyish silver (the manufacturer calls this colour light grey) plastic surfaces are very well made, and spacing is narrow. The surfaces are somewhat rasped and very easy to maintain because of the bright colour. Completely bright surfaces do look somewhat sterile, but this is a matter of taste.
Simple and professional: Eizo S2242WH.
The height of the Eizo S2242WH can be adjusted smoothly and with an acceptable level of strength within a range of 8,2 cm between a minimum of 10,8 cm and a maximum of 19 cm between the lower edge of the frame and the desk.
Height adjustment on the Eizo S2242WH.
The screen can be tilted between zero degrees and about 40 degrees. Here, it is apparent that the base could do with some more stand surface towards the back. After all, some strength is needed to adjust the tilting angle, which causes the monitor to topple over backwards. In the description, it is recommended that you change the tilting angle whilst holding the side of the monitor’s frame, but we found it better to hold the top and bottom edges. The better leverage this offers prevents the base from tipping over.
Tilting angle forwards and backwards.
Unlike many other monitors, there is no rotating plate in the base of this model– the Eizo S2242WH has a joint at the upper edge of the base which allows the screen to be turned 35 degrees right and left. Hardly any strength is needed to turn the screen, but it is not too loose.
Maximum rotation on the Eizo S2242WH.
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