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gamut of all in one

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hp pavilion 27-a241nd
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Hi, I am considering to renew my system and buy the hp pavilion 27-a241nd.

since I am doing some photoshop work as well, I would like to know more about the calibration possibilities with my Datacolor spyder, gamma correction and about the gamut (100% sRGB 99% adobe RGB?).

 

did not find anything on the data sheet.

 

thanks for your reply. Robert

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nobody?

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does anybody know email address of the HP helpdesk .

can only find automated help, that doesn't work for me.

 

kind regards, Robert

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Still waiting for news about the colorspace of the screen of the hp pavilion 27-a241nd.

I start to believe that HP doesn't know what colors their screen can show..... sRGB/Adobe RGB/dci-P3??

 

Have come to the conclusion, that the mentioned all-in-one is not (meant) for photographers, 

nor positioned for competition  with the imac......

 

kind regards, Robert

 

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Got a reply from the HP backoffice today.

no specific data on sRGB or Adobe RGB. supports 72% of NTSC colors.

This should be about the same as sRGB. Adobe RGB should be 94% of NTSC

typical gamma 2.2

 

is okayish for photography, but not for (semi) pro's

thanks for reading this topic.

kind regards,

Robert

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