Conclusion: Eizo has never disappointed me, and S2242W demonstrates very fine picture quality once again. The good picture quality is mainly due to accurate and natural colour reproduction. Black is not quite as deep as on previous Eizo monitors but still better than most PC monitors today, and shadow detail is...
Pros: Picture quality, Black and shadow detail, Ergonomics, Setting options
Cons: 33.3cm x 51.1cm x 8.5cm (without stand), 11,4 kg, -, -, Response time, Design and physical dimensions, Very tiny menu
Summary: Features Configuring the S2242W is trickier than most monitors due to the clunky on-screen display (OSD) and raft of buttons littering the front bezel. The purpose of the 10 buttons is initially mysterious, presenting a jumble of icons whose purpose isn’t immediately apparent.
Excerpt: With everyone watching their budgets at the moment, the arrival of the FlexScan S2242W is timely. To create this monitor, Eizo has essentially shoehorned a 24-inch monitor’s specifications into a 22-inch shell, allowing the company to offer it for a very reasonable price.
Pros: Excellent value for money; high-end controls.
Cons: No Mac software or provided profiles; basic looks.
Excerpt: Eizo's monitor range is well-respected among those looking for more accurate colour than that delivered by most LCD monitors, so we were keen to put the company's new 22in FlexScan S2242W through its paces.
Summary: To create the Eizo FlexScan S2242W, Eizo has trimmed one of its superlative monitors to nearly the bare minimum – but the core product is good, and offers good value for money if you need outstanding image quality.
Summary: Jeg er aldrig blevet skuffet over billedkvaliteten på en Eizo skærm, og S2242W viderefører de gode egenskaber. Billedkvaliteten er i top fordi farvegengivelsen er præcis og farverne generelt gengives naturligt.