Upplands Väsby, Sweden, May 7, 2007 – Eizo Europe AB (“EIZO”) is pleased to announce that its ColorEdge CG211 LCD monitor has been voted as the best monitor by TIPA (Technical Image Press Association) in its Photo and Imaging Awards 2007.
TIPA is a non-profit organization comprised of 31 European photo and imaging magazines with a readership of approximately eight million people in 12 countries. TIPA editors meet once a year to vote for the best photo and imaging products introduced in Europe in the past 12 months.
The ColorEdge CG211 is a 21.1-inch monitor for color work such as soft proofing and high-end digital photography. It features 12-bit hardware calibration capability and uniform brightness and color across the screen. EIZO’s ColorNavigator calibration software is bundled with the CG211 and can be used with X-Rite (including GretagMacbeth and Monaco) and ColorVision measurement devices to calibrate the monitor in less than five minutes. The CG211 also offers hardware-based support for portrait mode with both Macintosh and Windows PCs.
Read more about CG211 here!
Eizo Europe AB is a European subsidiary of Eizo Nanao Corporation, a leading Japanese manufacturer of high-end visual display products with a wide range of LCD, PDP monitors and Windows-Based Terminals. The image quality, long-term reliability, and innovative features of EIZO monitors make them the products of choice in many financial trading rooms, hospitals, back offices, and design studios throughout the world. EIZO is based in Japan and represented in over thirty countries by a network of exclusive distributors.
Eizo Europe AB markets and supports the Eizo product line throughout Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Russia, the Baltic States and other countries in the CIS. Eizo Europe AB who is ISO 9002 certified distributes the products through a network of resellers and distribution partners. Please contact the authorized EIZO distributor in your country for more details.
For more information, please contact:
Eizo Europe AB
194 26 Upplands Väsby