Product Comparison: Eizo CG279X vs Eizo CG2730
- At first glance, this is the best 27-inch screen with only the 4K missing.
- Perfection in 27-inch QHD, especially for photographers.
- The monitor has a 27-inch panel. It is therefore a screen that is not yet too bulky, promoting a multi-screen working environment.
- It is obviously a display close to perfection even if it is not a 4K panel.
- This is a good monitor, but 4k is the most missing thing for me.
- It is extremely light for the size of the 27˝ monitor.
- In 27 inches QHD I think we have my favorite and the best quality / price ratio.
- It is a "normally" widescreen, thus promoting a multi-screen working environment.
- The display has a 27" panel and is 637 mm wide which is great for multiscreen work.
- The best quality/price ratio in 27 inches monitors.
- It is an IPS panel with white LED backlighting, matt (without reflection) selected on the hand because of class A.
- Anti-glare coating no longer marks the pixels, which gives this panel a magnificent finish on images and gradients.
- Matt IPS panel with a perfect finish, soft without the granular effect of the previous generations.
- The monitor has really large color gamut and colors are very vibrant.
- Great monitor with very wide angles of view as this is IPS panel.
- Sober and elegant aesthetics, excellent contrast, automatic calibration is of an absolute comfort.
- Lifelike colour reproduction. Proof prints sit immediately without re-correction several times.
- Magnificent, almost "silky" look on images and gradients via IPS Anti-Glare screen.
- Very accurate color, uniformity, no light bleed and great viewing angles.
- The CG2730 has a wide gamut panel that reproduces 99% of the Adobe RGB color space.
- I highly recommend the use of the built-in colorimeter which can only work with ColorNavigator.
- High-end software will not only allow you to perform an "ideal" calibration but also to verify that it complies with the ISO 12646 standard.
- Easy calibration for those who do not master the meaning of all target values.
- Fast, accurate and programmable calibration.
- Very adjustable stand. Also Pivot compatible makes this monitor the best for me.
- Calibration with the built-in colorimeter and the software from Eizo no problem.
- Love the touch sensitive buttons at the bottom right.
- Can be calibrated to give a very good impression of the result of the image editing.
- This Eizo CG2730 has an excellent built-in colorimeter that you will use with the ColorNavigator software.
- Built-in calibration + ColorNavigator is a big advantage of Ezio's monitors.
- Easy to connect and install the software completely without any problems.
- This monitor has all the sockets you would expect in 2019.
- There are even the USB-C that is missing from the Eizo CG319X.
- There are two additional USB 3.0 socket which are accessible on the left profile on the display.
- USB 3.0 socket to guarantee hardware calibration, i.e. to send the ICC profile generated by ColorNavigator.
- The back panel carrying handle and now has 3x USB ports.
- USB c would have been nice, but there is no something like this.
- You can connect most of your devices, such as computer, laptop or cameras directly to the monitor because the monitor has a number of different ports.
- The HDMI port is ideal for video and film production. For my line of work, I use DisplayPort as it has some small advantages.
- No connection after calibration with ColorNavigator.