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  • Glossy vs. Matte Display

    I need to purchase a notebook and I'm wondering what is better for graphic design (color accuracy, etc.): glossy or matte display.

    Thanks

  • #2
    Matte mate..

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    • #3
      Definatly Matte
      Living Large in Trenton..........BOOYAH

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      • #4
        Put it this way...there are no color calibration profiles for glossy screens. If you want really accurate colors, stick with a matte screen. Most glossy screens over saturate color which makes beautiful, yet inacurate, images.
        Broke or just cheap? Read my list of free open source alternatives to Adobe Creative Suite software.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by codeoverride
          I need to purchase a notebook and I'm wondering what is better for graphic design (color accuracy, etc.): glossy or matte display.

          Thanks
          glossy is definitly better

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