Two models that are supposed to display the colors in aRGB. The LaCie 526 and the Eizo ColorEdge CG221. The Lacie is $2100 w/ the blue eye colorimeter and the Eizo is $5000. Could someone explain to me if they see anything here that would justify a $3000 difference?
You may also want to take a look at the Samsung LED BLU range. Covers aRGB and, whilst not up to NEC/ Eizo quality, seems capable once calibrated (included in package). NB This use LED backlight, not CFL, and seems good value for money.
The XL20 - 20" 4:3 (1600x1200) is already available around Euro 1,300
The XL24 - 24" 16:10 (1920X1200) is available Dec 2007 for Euro 1,999
The XL30 - 30" 16:10 (2560X1600) is available Jan 2008 for Euro 4,299
(The last two prices should be lower by the time it hits the web stores)
Details are on the Samsung German website (though not elsewhere):
[a href=\"http://monitor.samsung.de/article.asp?artid=2AA18C62-B937-49ED-8741-E3C3369D35F3]Samsung DE Website[/url]