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Re: Laptop graphics minimums


wuxiekeji wrote:
On a related note, which manufacturers (except Apple, I don't like Macs) make the best-calibrated laptop screens and can any do 100% sRGB?


many have limited calibrate ability but not near as good as some desktop models
light blue triangle inside all the others is :sRGB
the magenta triangle is: NTSC.
the yellow overlapping one is adobe RGB
the filled in triangle is my desktop monitor (not my laptop)
my laptop covers 95% NTSC values so sRGB is
contained within that. when calibrated it makes a
large difference and is quite close to my desktop monitor

Adobe RGB is quite a bit wider closer to NTSC

these are all well over sRGB



Dec 02, 2013 at 03:21 AM
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Re: Laptop graphics minimums


wuxiekeji wrote:
On a related note, which manufacturers (except Apple, I don't like Macs) make the best-calibrated laptop screens and can any do 100% sRGB?


many have limited calibrate ability but not near as good as some desktop models
light blue triangle inside all the others is :sRGB
the magenta triangle is: NTSC
the filled in triangle is my monitor (not my laptop)
my laptop covers 95% NTSC values so sRGB is
contained within that. when calibrated it makes a
large difference and is quite close to my desktop monitor

Adobe RGB is quite a bit wider closer to NTSC

the values on the second capture are the ones i strive to on my laptop

these are all well over sRGB



Dec 02, 2013 at 03:19 AM
sjms
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Re: Laptop graphics minimums


wuxiekeji wrote:
On a related note, which manufacturers (except Apple, I don't like Macs) make the best-calibrated laptop screens and can any do 100% sRGB?


many have limited calibrate ability but not near as good as some desktop models
light blue triangle inside all the others is :sRGB
the magenta triangle is: NTSC
the filled in triangle is my monitor (not my laptop)
my laptop covers 95% NTSC values so sRGB is
contained within that. when calibrated it makes a
large difference and is quite close to my desktop monitor

Adobe RGB is quite a bit wider closer to NTSC

the values on the second capture are the ones i strive to on my laptop

these are all well over sRGB



Dec 02, 2013 at 12:25 AM



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