07-29-2016 04:50 PM
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08-08-2016 08:26 AM
Think Engineering strongly recommends customers use Lenovo color settings because they have well-calibrated color spaces.
During Development, Think Engineering experienced similar issues to what you described, believed to stem from 1D LUT (Look Up Tables). As a result, Lenovo applied 3D LUT to develop the X1 Yoga profile.
10-08-2016 11:56 AM
I'm actually not clear on how to calibrate the laptop screen anyway, since it does not have the color controls of a dedicated monitor. When I calibrate my large monitor, I set the puck on a designated area on the screen, and then adjust the color, brightness, contrast, etc. until the software tells me I'm producing accurate colors. How can one do that on a laptop that lacks dedicated controls to adjust color output?
10-08-2016 12:32 PM
You have to just set the calibration software to do automatic adjustments, or choose the options that only adjusts what can be physically adjusted (in this case, brightness only).