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What could possibly be the best photo editing monitor and maybe the best computer monitor due to being able to self calibrate, the Eizo Coloredge CG319X monitor has a native resolution (four times more than the amount of pixels that HD has). LCD monitors like this and similar coloredge monitors can be used for hdr video editing due to their hardware calibration sensor, and color management software.

Why We Like It – Eizo ColorEdge CG319-4K

The Eizo ColorEdge CG319-4K is very beneficial for anything involving color such as color accuracy. It has a wide color gamut, has hdr gamma support, and can self-calibrate with great color accuracy. As a result, it can be used for things like color grading in movies and photos.

  • 4K resolution
  • 1500:1 contrast ratio
  • Wide color gamut
  • Not a curved monitor
  • Below average response time


Like the BenQ SW2700PT, this monitor has a self calibration feature to help keep the colour temperature constant for the user. This monitor, equipped with an ips panel and hdr gamma support, can make stunning, high quality visuals that make it great for editing hdr video content with all of the details it can reveal. Also like the BenQ SW2700PT, there’s also software that helps with color calibration: BenQ has the Palette Master Element software while Eizo has the colornavigator software.

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This decent sized lcd monitor has a wide gamut to further provide a pleasant experience. The pq curve feature can do more than just help provide a better viewing angle or two: By using pq gamma, the screen can show accurate post production details of movies and streaming services. The screen can also be brighter and more consistent among different displays compared to monitors that don’t use the pq curve standard. However, unlike the Asus Designo Curve MX38VC, it’s not a curved monitor.


For the price that the buyer pays, it’s thankfully safe to say that the manufacturers haven’t forgotten the importance of stability and the quality of the physical aspects of the monitor, especially since it weighs 38.4 Lbs., being slightly heavier than the BenQ GW2270H despite having a similar slim-looking design. Reviews about the durability have mostly been positive, with one review addressing that the base and stand are quite sturdy, and the handle on the monitor matches that sturdiness to help with portability.


This assortment of ports consists of DisplayPorts, USB type C and B ports, and HDMI ports. Some USB ports are the 3.0 ports with fast charging capabilities and file transferring speeds, but there’s also the USB 2.0 standard that’s available for compatibility for older devices if they can’t function using the USB 3.0 ports. Keep in mind that the best way to utilize the resolution of the monitor is to connect it via DisplayPort or USB type C port. While HDMI is more common, it has more limitations compared to the other two port types.


This coloredge monitor is extremely expensive due to the quality of its parts and features. Ips panels in general can be pretty expensive, but they also provide the best color. There’s also the self-calibration sensor, and color support such as adobe rgb. It also supports various broadcast and cinema preset modes such as dci, pq, and more. However, while the anti-glare screen can be brightened to combat external lighting, having a curved screen would have solidified how it can immerse the user into the color quality and any task at hand.

Eizo ColorEdge CG319-4K Wrap Up

While it has a slower response time, making it unsuitable for things such as gaming, this monitor is great with color reproduction and accuracy that unveils details with its high standards of quality. Keep in mind that all of the features it has to offer, it also doesn’t include speakers.

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Shanice Felton

Shanice Felton has always had a fascination with both art and science, but her pursuits began in the early 2000s. She started writing as a hobby in 2005 after developing an interest in poetry. She also began delving into technology in 2008, sparked by having software-related issues with her laptop at the time. As the years went by, she dabbled in writing various forms and genres of literature in her spare time, obtaining a Bachelor's degree in Electronics and Engineering Technology in 2017 in the process. Confident in her skills, Shanice continuously strives to improve herself for both her career choices and for fun.

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