Eizo Europe AB (”EIZO) are amongst the first three Monitor manufacturers to be certified in accordance with TCO Development’s new label for multi-functional monitors and TVs, TCO’06 Media Displays. The new label is the latest in TCO Development’s world-leading quality and environmental labeling program, and is a response in live picture usage both at the office and home.
Live pictures are becoming increasingly popular in many different industries. Animated graphics, educational videos and video conferences at the office, video in retail, 3-D animations in industry and digital x-rays healthcare are just a few examples. TCO’06 Media Displays is the first label that also includes TVs. Labeling is based on TCO Development’s 20-year’s experience in monitor certification, and has been adapted to the specific demands for moving images.
Features of TCO’06 Media Displays include ergonomics, e.g. picture quality and color rendering, energy consumption in standby position, emission, i.e. electrical and magnetic fields and ecology, e.g. how the monitor is prepared for recycling.
“Applications with live pictures are growing substantially, and we see an increase in demand, especially in industry and healthcare settings. To be able to work with designs and animations in 3-D, and to be able to make diagnoses directly on the monitor facilitate work enormously. At the same rate that usage is increasing, it is important that products are also positive from the perspective of working environment, which labeling guarantees”, says Per Hertz, Product Manager Eizo Europe AB
The FlexScan S2110W is a 21.1-inch widescreen monitor designed for graphic artists, gamers, and 3-D CAD professionals with its abundant screen size, fast midtone response time, and ergonomic design.
The ColorEdge CE210W offers 10-bit hardware calibration for the accurate color control required for graphics design, printing and architects.
The wide format of the FlexScan S2110W and the ColorEdge CE210W provides a 16:10 aspect ratio (1680 × 1050 native resolution) for significantly more horizontal space than the 4:3 aspect ratios of monitors with the same screen size. Users doing image editing, video editing or working with other graphics applications can view their work and tool palettes simultaneously without any overlap, and multiple windows such as text documents and web browsers can be displayed side-by-side.
Read more about the S2110W here!
Read more about the CE210W here!
Download a TCO'06 Media Display labeling brochure here!