12-09-2016 05:40 PM
I just received my X1 carbon (4th gen) today. The whites on the display have a visible yellow tint. I believe this is related to color management or display calibration. It seems the colors looks correct and good but I would like the whites to look white as well.
How do I solve it?
12-09-2016 06:00 PM
Hopefully it isn't a faulty monitor, but try reviewing this link.
12-09-2016 06:06 PM
I have been trying this but I feel that I am not an expert and therefore would likely not be able to get the best settings. I am hoping there is some standard setting or set color profile that I can apply. I looked up online and could see various .icc files but none of them worked for me.
12-09-2016 06:11 PM
Yeah, I'm not a huge expert in contrast settings as well. I'd keep looking around on YouTube but do keep in mind, if you can't fix it within a week, refund it (depends on their refund policy). I've had terrible experience with Lenovo products (not the only one either). First 6-9 months they're awesome but after that, you'll slowly start experiencing issues, slowness, crashing, freezing, etc. Just my word of advise
12-09-2016 09:05 PM
If you click the windows icon, then open lenovo settings, then click the icon of a monitor, there are some settings there for the paper display. You are probably in some mode that is meant for different lighting.
It is a nice feature, don't get me wrong, but it was like f.lux and didnt have enough settings to be useful to me.