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The anti-glare coating on the Dell U2711 is indeed problematic. Anti-glare coatings are used on a lot of screens, the majority of them in fact. Most professional grade monitors intended for high-end graphics use, such as for photographic editing, video editing, etc. usually have an anti-glare coating of some kind, although a few are glossy (no anti-glare/...


I have tested the ColorMunki and currently use the i1Pro2 to calibrate my displays. ColorMunki is a good cheap solution that works well. If your going to be ultra critical in your color workflow be aware it's not just about building a profile. The real issue with displays is the fact that monitors are not prints, and have very different spectral ...


Neither of these displays is any good for color. The Dell states that it's 82% (CIE 1976)" what that means is somewhat cryptic. Assume it's 82% of Adobe RGB that's about sRGB size. Or worse like the HP which claims 72% of NTSC which is smaller than sRGB. So neither of these displays are very good. Also both are LED backlight displays. That means they ...


I use the X-Rite i1 Display 2, which has been replaced with the i1 Display Pro. it has worked very well for me on laptop, crt, and LCD screens. Even though it is older, it still works on my Win 8 machines.

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