REVIEW: Eizo S2242WH-GY Part 3
Also included is a pivot function, which allows the screen to be turned into portrait mode. Well thought out: If the base is at its maximum height, the screen does not need to be tilted backwards in order to prevent the frame of the monitor from knocking against the desk. In this position, the difference in height between the lower edge of the frame and the desk can be adjusted within a range of 8.2 cm with ease. There is no locking point, so the monitor must be adjusted to be level.
Pivot function and tilting in pivot position.
The ventilation on the Eizo S2242WH seems to cover a large surface, but is not conspicuous. There is a perforated metal plate behind the slim ventilation slots. Thus, the risk that a flying insect might enter the interior of the Eizo S2242WH is virtually eliminated.
Ventilation on the Eizo S2242WH.
The cable routing on the S2242WH is simple but effective. Cables can be routed conveniently and quickly through the cable shaft through its side flap with return spring. The discreet Eizo logo on the back of the monitor is hardly visible. The only less conspicuous option would be not to include it.
Cable routing and Eizo logo on the back.
The base of the Eizo S2242WH does not require much space on the desk and offers the monitor secure support nonetheless. Four rubber strips and the weight of the base itself prevent the monitor reliably from slipping on the desk.
Base on the Eizo S2242WH.
The VESA-100 fixture allows alternative brackets to be used and is covered by two plastic covers on the S2242WH.
The VESA fixture on the Eizo S2242WH.
Our impression of the design and mechanics on the Eizo S2242WH is "Outstanding". Its plastic surface gives the impression of high quality and the ergonomic features leave nothing to be desired. Only the fact that too much strength is required tilt the screen and that there is no locking point in the zero and 90 degree positions give reasons for minor criticisms.
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