Review of the Eizo S1910

Manufacturer: Eizo
Model: S1910
Price: £421

Eizo has a reputation for very high technical standards, though a traditional criticism has been that you do not get a lot of accessory features for the price. The S1910 continues this reputation, proving to exhibit the brightest and most neutral colour display after having been calibrated. However, for the money, I’d like to have seen the Native Resolution: olution upped to 1600x1200dpi. The display can be connected to your PC via USB, but there is no integrated hub. The USB connection is only provided for PC-control of monitor settings via a provided software utility. This is just as well, because the black-on-black buttons on the display bezel are invisible in anything but the brightest light. There is a good range of vertical and tilt adjustment and the unit doesn’t hog your desktop. This is an expensive monitor for the feature set, but undoubtedly good quality display-wise.

Size: 19 inch
Type: Flat Panel TFT LCD
Native Resolution: 1280X1024DPI
Screen Finish: Non-reflective
Built-In Speakers: No
Rotating Portrait Mode: No
USB Hub: No
DVI?: Yes 15 PIN
VGA?: Yes
Viewing Angles: 178º, 178º
Dimensions: 404X406X205MM
Weight: 6.9KG

What Digital Camera Score: 85%