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    Default The Latest ColorEdge CG242W calibrator hardware monitor


    Although many of us just a traditional monitor, photographers, designers and general users who work with more professional image to have different needs. The ColorEdge CG242W with color calibration is a good choice with a fairly adequate size: 24.1 inches.

    The ColorEdge CG242W has a native resolution of 1920 × 1200 with an aspect ratio of 16:10. The maximum brightness is 270 cd / m˛, has a contrast ratio of 1100:1, response time of 6 ms and viewing angles of 178 degrees both horizontally and vertically. The color reproduction of LCD panel is responsible for 97% of the color space.


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    This computer monitor while playing as Adobe RGB color spaces used in video. Something basic, we can perform calibration hardware. ColorEdge CG242W connections include DVI-I and Display Port for connecting two PCs, plus 3 USB 2.0 ports.

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    Hi,

    That calibration hardware?

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    Hardware calibration is that it does not require any software installed. In fact, one could only do with the monitor switched on with the PC off.

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    Calibration is the process through which to define a pattern determined between shades and lights. It can be done by software, ie Pantón displayed a color screen and the user will decide which of these tones is the most appropriate . This can be done by hardware, eliminating the subjective component. This is done with a hardware, that the photo of the item in question is seen as a "mouse" hung in front of the screen.

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    At work I have used a similar and related to a pattern of reproduction, and prints a test pattern is compared to a photometrically, then adjust the parameters to display the most proxiam is the final result, and this. This is a basic explicacinon.

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    It really shows in the quality of the monitor? I say this because the cost Eizo pastón a logically to an entire professional quality is low but still hit me ...

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    Absolutely yes ..... But of course, depends on the use that we are going to give. I mean, if it is essential to you that what you see on the monitor is what you get printed later.

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