EIZO ColorEdge CS2730 27" 16:9 IPS Monitor with EX3 Calibration Sensor

EIZO ColorEdge CS2730 27" 16:9 IPS Monitor with EX3 Calibration Sensor
Key Features
  • In-Plane Switching (IPS) Technology
  • DVI-D + DisplayPort + HDMI Inputs
  • 2560 x 1440 Screen Resolution
  • 1,000:1 Static Contrast Ratio
The ColorEdge CS2730 27" 16:9 IPS Monitor from Eizo is a professional-grade monitor designed to provide you with the features and specifications required for color-accurate content production. This display has a 2560 x 1440 16:9 screen resolution for crisp and clear pictures, along with a 1,000:1 static contrast ratio and a 350 cd/m² brightness rating for darker blacks and brighter bright colors. Furthermore, it has a 10 ms response time for lag-free content reproduction and supports up to 1.07 billion colors. Additionally, with an In-Plane Switching (IPS) display, you'll be able to enjoy wide viewing angles and vivid color reproduction. Connect this display to your system via DVI-D, HDMI, or DisplayPort and then tilt, swivel, and adjust the height to your viewing preference. Otherwise, you can remove the stand and install an optional mounting arm or stand using the 100 x 100mm VESA mounting holes on the back.
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I have a 2018 Macbook Pro 15" with USB-C ports. ...

I have a 2018 Macbook Pro 15" with USB-C ports. Are cables included with the monitor to connect the two?
Asked by: Caroline
USB-C cables are not included. Please also note this monitor can only connect via DVI, HDMI, or Displayport.
Answered by: Geoffrey
Date published: 2019-09-25


What is needed to connect to the Eizo CG2730 to the thunderbolt 2 on 2014 macbook pro retina display version from mid 2014?
Asked by: Caassandra H.
The CS2730 monitor came with three 3 cables and a power cord. The one that is referred to as a mini DisplayPort connector is the one that hooks to your Thunderbolt socket. Works like a charm. I was surprised that the cables were included because it was not at all clear in the product description. I know you are seeking info for the CG version. Now the embarrassing thing. I thought my monitor was broken because I kept pushing the power button on the back and there was no signal. If one looks closely there are a half dozen invisible micro buttons on the front of the monitor of which one is the power button one needs to push.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-10-24
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