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    I1 Display pro vs Spyder ellite 4

    Hi ,
    have any one tested these to monitor calibration device?
    i am using both of them and getting different result in gray ballance curve correction .
    I would be happy to here other experience .

    Thnx

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    Hi,

    I have i1 display pro, colorminki design and i1pro。

    The color i1 pro and colorminki design is very colosed.

    i1 display pro is more warm color than i1 pro when use the same software i1 profiler v1.5.



    Quote Originally Posted by mani_nouraei View Post
    Hi ,
    have any one tested these to monitor calibration device?
    i am using both of them and getting different result in gray ballance curve correction .
    I would be happy to here other experience .

    Thnx

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    Spyder 4 is not in the same league as i1 display pro.
    There are many reviews around. Just use google.

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