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Eizo's new 27" EV2750 has a very thin frame

02 Sep 2015 | Rasmus Larsen |

Eizo has announced a new 27-inch monitor named EV2750, which has one of the thinnest bezels among monitors. Eizo calls it a “world’s first” because it has a completely flat edge-to-edge surface. The monitor is intended for multi-monitor setups.

For multi-monitor setups

The new EV2750, like most monitors from the Japanese company, is based on a quality IPS panel. The IPS panel will ensure good all-round quality on a monitor that has been designed for all-round desktop use.

Eizo EV2750

The monitor has a resolution of 2560x1440 pixels and wide viewing angles. The stand offers height, swivel, tilt and pivot adjustment. But the biggest selling point is the very thin frame. Eizo calls it the first of its kind even though the frame is still visible. The outer frame is 1 mm and the inner frame is 5.5 mm but the front surface is flush.

Eizo EV2750 is available now in black or white for around 800-900 Euro, depending on your region. More information is available at


IPS panel
2560x1440 pixels
1000:1 contrast ratio
350 cd/m2 brightness
1 DisplayPort, 1 HDMI, 1 DVI
USB 3.0 hub
2x1W speakers
Energy Start 6.0 and TCO Certified Displays 6.0

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