We know many of you have been eagerly anticipating the release of high color quality 4K monitors for a while now, and now there finally is one - the new Eizo EV3237 Ultra-HD monitor.
The EV3237 is the beginning of a new era in high resolution colour accurate monitors. The 3840 x 2160 native resolution screen has a vastly higher pixel density than current monitors, making everything incredibily sharp and rendering text at much closer to print quality. With Eizo's panel selection, and custom electronics driving the panel, the result is the first monitor with both seriously high definiton AND excellent colour quality.
(Do note Ultra-HD resolution support does have some special requirements when it comes to connecting it. Modern Macs with a thunderbolt port (check the specs for your machine!) - or a PC with an up to date high bandwidth video card should support the native resolution over a DisplayPort 1.2 Connection. See article here for more information).
The EV3237 boasts a Eizo grade factory calibrated IPS panel (standard gamut), which will be excellent straight out of the box but will benefit from future calibration on an on-going basis - we recommend using the i1 Display Pro or Eizo's EX2 sensor. It's a standard gamut monitor, that displays the typical sRGB range of colours, which is typically fine for most photographic work and certainly for web development, video work, and gaming. As with all Eizo's, the EV3237 comes backed by a 5 year manufacturers warranty and Image Science's knoweledge and lifetime support.
Note: EV3237 is now available for pre-order with stock arriving late November.
Jeremy’s knowledge of images and enthusiasm for sharing his knowledge were reassuring and we left feeling confident and excited to begin printing. Starting out on this unknown journey was definitely easier thanks to Jeremy and the friendly team at Image Science.........The team at Image Science have also helped us learn more about shipping. Businesses we deal with have been impressed by the quality of the packaging from image Science when they receive the prints via post.