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EIZO ColorEdge CS2420-BK Series 24" Hardware Calibration LCD Monitor
SPECIAL OFFER PRICE: £452
4.1" (61 cm) Hardware Calibration LCD Monitor
The EIZO ColorEdge CS2420-BK monitor with its sleek, user-friendly design provides all the features you demand for creative work.
Let your imagination soar and take your creativity to another level with the professional-level EIZO ColorEdge CS2420-BK Monitor. This is the ideal model for use in photography, design, print, and post-production workflows. The ColoEdge CS2420-BK ffeatures a built-in self calibration sensor giving hassle-free monitor maintenance, superb vivid accurate colours, all reproduced to industry standards. The EIZO ColorEdge CS2420-BK benefits from exceptionally high contrast which gives true blacks.
EIZO ColorEdge CS2420-BK Series 24" Hardware Calibration LCD Monitor specifications
Size: 24.1” (61cm)
Resolution: 1920 x 1200 (16:10 aspect ratio)
Pixel Density: 94 ppi Colour DisplayPort, HDMI: 1.07 billion (a palette of 278 trillion) DVI: 16.77 million (a palette of 278 trillion)
Manufacturer Warranty: Five Year On-site
EIZO ColorEdge CG2420 Product Information and User Manual
- Additional Information
SKU CS2420-BK Brand EIZO Monitor Size (Inches) 24 EIZO Monitor Range EIZO ColorEdge CS
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Photolease have specialised in leasing equipment to the imaging industry for over thirty years. You deal directly with the underwriters who understand your business.
Spread the cost of new equipment with fixed and affordable monthly repayments. Paying for your new equipment on a monthly basis lets you get hold of the latest technology with a minimum initial investment. Leasing is recognised by businesses, big and small, as the most effective way of funding purchases. Here are some of the reasons why:
THE ADVANTAGES OF LEASING
- Banking facilities left available for special projects and unforeseen expenses.
- Small initial outlay usually amounting to just one months rental.
- Payment can be spread over a period of one to five years dependent upon value and type of equipment.
- A single payment at the end of the lease guarantees retention of the asset for the remainder of its working life.
- If you want to sell the equipment after the lease has ended you will receive the sale proceeds.
- Rentals are fully tax deductible.
- Cash flow is protected and the asset earns revenue in payment of the lease.
- No need to be VAT registered.
What happens at the end of the lease?
Photolease will extend the agreement indefinitely on payment of a single further monthly rental. After that you can keep the equipment and will never have to pay any more.
- Isn't leasing just for companies who can't afford the cash?No. Companies who lease do so because they know that there are better uses for their spare funds.
- Is leasing only relevant for large acquisitions?No. Transactions of all sizes are completed using lease agreements. You can lease equipment worth as little as £1000.
- Do I have to insure the equipment?Yes. It is your responsibility to keep the equipment insured for all risks for the term of the agreement.
- What happens if the equipment becomes faulty?You have the protection of the manufacturers and/or suppliers warranty. Responsibility for repairs out of warranty are yours.
- What about VAT?Rentals attract VAT. This can be reclaimed if you are VAT registered.
- What can be included in the agreement?Leasing enables the whole solution to be financed. This can include hardware, software, installation, training and warranties.
- Can the equipment be upgraded?Yes. The equipment can be upgraded during the course of the agreement. Speak to us for further details.
- Is there a penalty for settling early?No. If you clear the account before it has run it's full term then there is a reduction in the full amount payable.
- Can I pay a deposit to lower my monthly outlay?Yes. However you would need to contact Photolease for the correct figures based on your deposit amount.
- Isn't leasing just for companies who can't afford the cash?