01-30-2019 07:35 PM
Thenk you for your reply,
However, belive it or not, as soon as you replied and posted your monitors image, I replaced my x280 for the same reason, and recieved a new one. Guess what? the the one is so bright that I end up switching it into the night mode and adjusted the dislay to yellow tint. Trust me there is no need for that bright white display it may hurt the vision, so in my expirience altough i was able to replace my x280, I still went back with the yellow tint, much better, and even compared to other professional offices, they all use it as it appears on your image.. Thanks anyway for your reply, but trust me no need for bright screen. I hated it
05-12-2019 01:39 AM
All the X280's I've seen, including my own, are far too blue. I think there's just no factory hardware calibration of this model to speak of, and it depends on your panel. Also, I'd suggest from the photo the OP's external monitor is set ridicuously too blue, and the laptop is closer to right, which is similar to what you note.
To everyone - the answer to this is calibration with a colorimeter or spectrophotometer. Unfortunately, current Windows (since 1803 through and including 1903) with Intel graphics has an issue where any hardware change (inc WiFi, Bluetooth, USB, anything changing state) unloads and reloads the calibration causing a flicker).