MacBook Pro screen?
Hi, I'm thinking of buying a 13" or 15" MacBook Pro.
But what about the screen? Is that the weakest link of this beauty?
Could I calibrate the screen with my Spider 3 Pro?
Yes, I know that I can link the MacBook to an external monitor, but I want a portable to work on location...
I would appreciate any opinion on this subject! Thanks.
On a Dutch forum I got this link:
That gives a lot of comforting information.
And now the gloss of the 15" is away for a few pounds more (antigloss option, but not available - sob! sob! - on the 13").
I've just upgraded my 2008 15" MBP glossy to a new 15" MBP antiglare, i7, 8 gig ram and 512 SSD this thing is amazing. The Antiglare screen is a must for photo's and when hooked up to my 27" dell in a dual monitor layout it works perfectly.
I calibrate with the Spider 3 pro without issue.
As Jimmy mentioned, it's a beauty of a laptop (he says typing away on a veeery similar machine). There's one thing to consider though when calibrating screens - the viewing conditions it will be used in! There's no point calibrating a screen and then using it outside, in a cafe, under flourescent lighting etc as this will counteract the calibration...
A good move though.
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