REVIEW: Eizo L767
++ very good, + good, +/- satisfactory, - bad, -- very bad
All results issued in this review have been established by using the digital input, with the exception of the test runs for analog image quality, which have been established on the analog input. Our test bed ran with a Gainward 750 Geforce4 Titanium graphics card.
The Eizo L767 arrived together with a CD incl. drivers and manual, a quick manual for setting it up and for operating the OSD, a USB cable, a power cable, an audio cable and a D-Sub cable. A digital cable has obviously been saved money on. At this price range, including a DVI cable in the scope of supply should go without saying.
The monitor has a frame which is 1.8 cm thick except for the bottom part which is 5 cm thick. This is also the place where the buttons the OSD and the speakers have been fit into. The blue LED which signalizes the operational status is particularly striking. Usually the manufacturers utilize green LED. The quality of fabrication is excellent.
The monitor base is separated in the middle and its rear part allows to be bent by an angle of 90 degrees. Whether this function serves any kind of special purpose or it is just needed for a more economical transport remained an unsolved mystery. The display can be adjusted in height and its distance to desk is 3.5 cm in the lowest setting and 9 cm in the highest setting. Adjustments can be carried out in a continuously variable manner but sometimes it is a somewhat tough to handle. The monitor can be slanted to the front and to the back. The design is functional and simple.
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