News | Flat Panel Displays | November 21, 2019

EIZO Unveils Megapixel Color Monitor

The new 30.9-inch, 12 megapixel color monitor is designed for multi-modality medical applications

The RX1270 is Eizo’s highest resolution monitor at 12-megapixels (horizontal 4,200 x vertical 2,800 pixels)

November 21, 2019 — Eizo Inc. announced the release of the RadiForce RX1270, a 30.9-inch, super-high-resolution 12-megapixel color monitor ideal for multi-modality medical applications.

The monitor was developed in response to the persisting need for radiologists to read and interpret a wide variety of medical image types to better diagnose and assess medical conditions in patients. To achieve this, while keeping the radiologists’ comfort in mind, Eizo’s RadiForce RX1270 12 megapixel monitor harmoniously combines both performance and ease-of-use.

The RX1270 is Eizo’s highest resolution monitor at 12-megapixels (horizontal 4,200 x vertical 2,800 pixels). The resolution is approximately 1.3 times larger compared to Eizo’s former highest 8-megapixel (horizontal 4,096 x vertical 2,160 pixels) monitor. This allows an even wider range of medical images to be viewed at once, including high volume images displayed in full, for increased reading efficiency. Consistent with Eizo’s line of multi-modality monitors, the RX1270 automatically distinguishes between monochrome and color, ensuring faithfully reproduced images for any modality.

The stark contrast of the low-light in reading rooms and a bright screen are often a cause of eye fatigue. To combat this, the RX1270 features a built-in comfort light that gently illuminates the wall behind the monitor without interfering with the visibility of the image. An adjustable spotlight is also attached to make reading documents easier.

To facilitate more efficient diagnostic image viewing, Eizo’s unique Work-and-Flow functions are also included with the RX1270. The Point-and-Focus function allows users to highlight specific areas of the screen for deeper interpretation. The Hide-and-Seek function allows a secondary input to be displayed in the corner of the screen for quick referencing without needing an additional monitor. The Switch-and-Go function allows two PCs to be controlled with a single mouse and keyboard via a simple mouseover movement.

Eizo will be demonstrating the RadiForce RX1270 at Booth 6720 in North Hall B at the 105th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2019 from December 1 - 5 at McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Availability

The RadiForce RX1270 will begin shipping from March 2020.

For more information: www.eizo.com

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