Amidst all these walls of text about AdobeRGB and sRGB and color gamut and all, I just want my three monitors to look the same. The "sRGB" mode looks different on all three, even though they are the exact same model. The values are fixed, and also different on all three.
The middle one is visibly dimmer than the other two, and I can't make it match, no matter what I do. (Click to show)
I wish other companies calibrated their consumer-grade displays to sRGB like Apple does. That way at least the same content looks the same across different displays. This is especially relevant and important in multi-monitor setups.
Consumer displays usually aren't calibrated.
The only ones that do so right now are Dell with their Ultrasharps as far as I know (if we're talking about desktop monitors only). As for consumer grade computers that come with displays (eg. laptops) I think Apple, Dell w/ the XPS lineup, and maybe HP on their Elite and Spectre products (I'm not sure about the Elites) along with maybe the Surface products are probably calibrated. VAIO should be calibrated on the VAIO Z products.
Edited by HybridCore - 8/10/16 at 6:22am