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Eizo FlexScan monitor for the color-blind

Posted in Displays by Darrin Olson on November 26th, 2007

Eizo FlexScan SX2461W-U monitor for the color blindThe FlexScan SX2461W-U is a 24-inch LCD monitor and the latest from Eizo targeting the color-blind. The monitor uses something called a Color Universal Design (CUD) technology that utilizes different color schemes, shapes and patterns in the colors to help people distinguish different colors where they otherwise would be unable.

Eizo boasts that the monitor can produce a 92% color reproduction with a 1920 x 1200 resolution (HD), 850:1 contrast and 300cd/m2 brightness. The monitor has two DVI-I HDCP jacks and also has two USB 2.0 ports built-in. If you’re thinking about getting one you’ll want to know one more bit of information: The FlexScan monitor for the color-blind goes on sale December 5 for ¥136,000 or about $1,235 USD. See the image below for a graphical example of the color technology for those not afflicted with color-blindness:
Eizo FlexScan color-blind examples with the monitor

via AkihabaraNews