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Color temperature of the display is way too warm.

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HP ZBook 15 G4
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I bought a brand new HP ZBook but the display seems to be very warm.   I use this laptop for a lot of graphics work and the colors are really throwing me off.  I have a ZBook that I bought 4 years ago, and when I compare the same white color, the color on my new laptop appears beige. 

 

The specs of my display are '15.6" diagonal B-LED UHD UWVA DreamColor Anti-Glare'.

 

I would like to know if this is in fact how the new displays work, whether there's a problem with my product, and is there a way to make it 'cooler' like before?  I've tried color calibration, but it doesnt seem to make any difference.  Its also not in 'nightmode'. 

 

As you can see from the attached photograph, the difference is pretty significant.  The laptop on the left side is the new one.  I bought this laptop online, and had no way  of telling that there was such a change.  The manufacturer should have forewarned us, as this renders it impossible for designers to do work on this laptop properly.  Thanks. 

 

Adrian 

 

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banhien
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@Adrianchan15 

 

Please try the following tutorials to calibrate your screen:

 

   https://www.windowscentral.com/how-calibrate-your-pcs-monitor-windows-10

 

Regards.

BH
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