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D Fosse
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« Reply #20 on: January 28, 2014, 05:14:41 AM »
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Afterthought: Is it a U2713H or a U2713HM? One is wide gamut, the other standard. But the U2410 is wide.

One standard and one wide would certainly be inconsistent - until they're both profiled and viewed in a fully color managed environment. Then they'll be identical and correct, except that the 2410 will be able to display some very saturated colors that the other can't.
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« Reply #21 on: January 28, 2014, 10:06:04 AM »
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Some of the old Spyders used to be only allowed for a fixed number of monitors or computers.  X-rite used to be too, but they did away with it.  I don't know if Spyder still has that gear-number restriction which might be an issue if you change equipment.  When I had my second Spyder, it required some online registration to get the updated software to even work on a brand new install (Check for "newer version" which it then locked up.).  It took almost a week for them to give me a working registration number for it to even work.

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