Technology | Flat Panel Displays | September 14, 2015

Eizo Offers Ultra-Slim FlexScan Monitors in White

Color expansion includes new 27-inch EV2750 monitor

Eizo, FlexScan monitors, white, EV2455, EV2450, EV2750

FlexScan EV2455 image courtesy of Eizo

September 14, 2015 — Eizo announced it is now offering a white cabinet option for three FlexScan monitors with ultra-slim bezels.

The company is making the monitors available in white to compliment the aesthetics of the modern office. White is associated with traits such as cleanliness, purity and simplicity. These are qualities that EIZO is expressing through the monitors’ minimalist design as well as their focus on visual ergonomics and minimal environmental impact.

FlexScan monitors are now available in white in addition to the original black or gray cabinets. This includes the FlexScan EV2455 (24.1-inch screen) and FlexScan EV2450 (23.8-inch screen) as well as the FlexScan EV2750 (27-inch screen) just announced by the company.

For more information: www.eizo.com

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