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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.
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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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