01-21-2010 10:05 AM
This is my first post here. I am specially interested in a new notebook that offers me very accurate colors during short trips and vacations....
As far as I know the W700 type is very good in this aspect if choosing the best display with 400 cd/nits, 500:1 and 72% color gamut (means very good sRGB performance?). Also Lenovo tells on website that it works with 30Bit (10 Bit for one colour) resolution regarding colors. 99,9% of all standard notebook displays work only with 6 Bit. That is too low for calibration and creating ICC profiles.
The downside for me is that 17" is too heavy and big...
Now the new T510 and W510 is on horizons. Both can be ordered with a Full-HD (1080p) resolution, LED equipped siplay with 95% color gamut and 280 cd/nits. Sounds that a dream come true...
I assume that means to be an Adobe-RGB display and so the question is if it works with 8 or 10Bit resolution to give accurate results if calibrated and is usable with sRGB for standard work too? Maybe anybody out here know more?