European Multisync PA can be hardware calibrated with Spectraview II software. It can't be unlocked in a simple way (like early x90 series), but there's a chance it won't be necessary.
OK, but I donít think itís supposed to work that way from NEC Europeís point-of-view. Here in Sweden a Multisync PA241W costs USD1715 and the PA241W Spectraview version costs USD2650. I sure hope NEC isnít screwing us for 935 dollars for a piece of paper and a hood!
B&H wants 899USD for Multisync PA241W. An Eizo CG243W costs 2346USD at B&H, about the same as in Sweden and equal to NECís Spectraview version here.
I'm not so sure about that S/SX "hardware calibration" with EasyPIX2
Yup, thatís the way it works now:http://www.eizo.com/na/press/releases/htmls/EasyPIX_2.html