Discussion in 'HP' started by Lvivkse, Jan 4, 2012.
What about the blues and the green-ish tint? Does that exist on your new panel?
I got so carried away with the reds that I didn't take a "before" picture of the blue/violet . From what I can tell now, there's also the same degree of improvement of the blue/violet as there is with the red/orange--i.e., enough of an improvement I can live without grudge. Even without a side-by-side comparison I can tell based on some pix I took of some purple/violet flowers. Same with the greenish cast--less than before, still noticeable especially when I have windows explorer open on different computers (i.e. any white screen shows it off the worst).
So yours is similar to Pakii's photos? If you do get a chance I'd love to see some photos or some impressions about sites that we can visit to compare colors like facebook or dead pixel test. I actually see the biggest difference when I look at this screen (not my screenshot) where the colors are very noticeably more blue on my E14.
I guess that is the only benefit of Apple products (for the consumer). If they had a problem like this there would be such a massive uproar and exposure that Apple would release a solution (that actually fixed the problem -.-) really quickly. With HP, not so much
You mean the way Apple blamed users for the iPhone reception problems that ultimately resulted in a class action suit? No, Apple is not perfect there, either.
Apple's response if they had OrangeGate on their Macbook:
"You're looking at it the wrong way"
lol or "everyone's perception of red is wrong. This screen displays the real reds"
Received my replacement and updated my thread. No improvements seen.
Sony SVS Vs Dell
Has the issue of orange reds been fixed lads?
I am thinking of sending back my new Sony VAIO S15 and replacing it for an Envy 15, however the last thing I want is another laptop with incorrect reds that show as orange.
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