News | Flat Panel Displays | November 08, 2019

EIZO Releases 2 Megapixel Color Medical Monitor

The RadiForce MX216 is part of the RadiForce MX-Series – EIZO’s line of cost-performance, medical-grade monitors for clinical review and more

 RadiForce MX216

November 8, 2019 — EIZO Inc. announced the United States release of the RadiForce MX216, a 21.3-inch 2 megapixel color medical monitor ideal for viewing medical charts, as well as monochrome and color medical images. It comes with unique features for improved ease of use and saving space in the reading room.

The RadiForce MX216 is part of the RadiForce MX-Series – EIZO’s line of cost-performance, medical-grade monitors for clinical review and more. The monitor is the first MX-Series monitor to be compatible with the Hybrid Gamma PXL function, where both monochrome and color images can be displayed on the screen at the same time in the appropriate grayscale and gamma curve. Furthermore, it is equipped with EIZO’s unique Point-and-Focus function which comes with the bundled RadiCS LE software. With Point-and-Focus, specific areas of the screen can be selected and highlighted which changes the brightness and grayscale tone to make focusing easier, and improving ease of use.

The monitor also boasts a new cabinet design that is 23 percent smaller, for a slim and space saving design. With a smaller cabinet, the monitor takes up less space on the desk for more freedom of installation.

The RadiForce MX216 will begin shipping from November 2019.

For more information: www.eizo.com

 

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