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| p.1 #3 · Color calibration on multiple monitors |
Well first off your biggest challenge is getting the laptop monitor calibrated, if it's an older laptop then you might be SOL, if its a newer and decent one then you may have a chance. Calibrating laptops is not easy as monitors cause you may not have the same controls like RBG, contrast and so on. It will calibrate it but just calibrated basically by the software.
But fist you need to get a calibrating unit. I used to use the data color sypder 2 then went to the spyder three and now jumped up top x-rite color munki, never tried the i1display. But no matter what you do getting both monitors to match well is gonna be a challenge for you, due to the fact that your video cards are probably nowhere near the same and the displays used are probably far apart as well. I have two dell 2407WFP montitors and side by side the both have slight differences in the end.