Eizo are a Japanese company that have earned themselves a sterling reputation in the graphics, photography and imaging markets.
While Eizo monitors are not the cheapest option out there, they offer clear quality advantages over other panels that more than compensate for their higher price tag. Unlike, say, Apple Cinema Displays, these screens are not simply re-badged panels from a variety of third party manufacturers that vary wildly in quality and consistency.
Eizo's control of the complete manufacturing process, and strong commitment to quality and testing, is what gives them the their edge over the competition - and Eizo back their monitors with a five year warranty, unlike any other brand we're aware of.
iyama is one of the world's leading manufacturers of colour monitors. Efficiency, performance, reliability and user comfort are all key to the development of iiyama products.
Success has been acheived by the consistent evolution of high quality product and by bringing them to market at an accessible price.
From day one, the emphasis was not along standard lines of mass production, but rather to apply the human element at all stages of the manufacturing process. This philosophy is still central to everything that iiyama creates and our research and development is based on the concept of creating people friendly product.
Utilising the most up to date technology has also become an essential element of Iiyama's manufacturing process and consolidated purchasing and global resourcing has ensured that we retain our competitiveness without compromising quality or features.
New products are not be introduced unless they are certain that they offer a real benefit to the user and match Iiyama's famous price / performance ratio
The monitor is perhaps the most important element of any computer setup, you spend all the time you are at your PC looking at it and it directly impacts on the experience you have with your computer. Unfortunately the monitor is also often the most overlooked component. Only several years ago CRT monitors were the most popular and cost effective screen to be looking at. However due to their bulky size and high freight costs they have rapidly fallen out of favour since the lower cost TFT screens have come to market.