(PR) EIZO Expands Lineup of USB Type-C Monitors with 27-Inch FlexScan EV2781

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EIZO Corporation today announced the release of the FlexScan EV2781 – a 27-inch, frameless IPS monitor with 2560 x 1440 resolution equipped with a USB Type-C terminal for improving productivity and sustainability features for lessening impact on the environment. The FlexScan EV2781 joins EIZO’s line of FlexScan New Standard business monitors which offers a range of sizes from 23.8 to 31.5 inches and features USB Type-C connectivity.

It is the first New Standard monitor to offer a high resolution of WQHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) in a large 27-inch screen size. This is 1.8 times more screen space than conventional Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) monitors, which provides more comfortable display of multiple windows for efficient multi-tasking. A USB Type-C connection allows users to display video, playback audio, transmit USB signals, and supply 70 watts of power to connected devices, such as laptop computers. With many modern laptops designed for portability, this convenient connectivity makes it faster and easier to connect in hot desking environments or when working away from the office.

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