The company has launched four new monochrome monitors for its RadiForce series of medical monitors, including the 3-megapixel GX320 and GS320 and the 2-megapixel GX220 and GS220, all designed for diagnosis in medical applications such as PACS, chest radiology, CT, and MRI. All four models include a five-year warranty, and typical brightness and contrast ratio is 1000 cd/m2 and 850:1. GX320 and GX220 feature a built-in swing sensor and an antireflective panel protector.
The company has also introduced RadiForce RS410 to its RadiForce series, a 30-inch, 4-megapixel wide-screen color monitor. Finally, Eizo has released FlexScan S2411W-M, a 24.1-inch wide-screen format monitor that joins 17-, 19-, and 21.3-inch models already available in the firm's FlexScan lineup.
By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
November 29, 2006
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