I have a classic macbook pro (non-retina) and an LG external LED LCD IPS monitor attached to it.
I wanted to calibrate both screens so they display exactly or very closely the same colors, without any sort of variations. I don’t mess with printing, I need strictly for web and to check colors in real-time, on-screen.
Even though spyder4elite has what seems to be an amazing feature, exactly what I need, the “Studio Match”, I wanted to go with i1 display pro. It’s cheaper and people say overall profiles and color gradients are better.
Does anyone any know which of these 2 calibration devices should I pick, regarding specifically display-to-display matching?
Has anyone had any experience matching 2 different displays with i1 pro display? I know upfront that spyder4elite does the matching by picking the “worst” monitor. Not sure if i1 display pro could do the same.