The monitor is the core of any professional color management system.
ColorEdge monitors provide designers, publishers, and other professionals with predictable color and greater efficiency for color-critical work.
ColorEdge monitors feature a wide color gamut that reproduces nearly 100% of the Adobe RGB color space so you can be sure that the colors in photos and other design work will be displayed faithfully on the screen. It also ensures accurate color reproduction across the entire digital workflow.
By calibrating a monitor you create an accurate monitor profile which improves the accuracy of your screen-to-print match. For example, if you are a designer, a profiled monitor significantly reduces the number of times you have to print your comps which in turn allows you to show print outs of your comps to your clients and submit final data to yourprinters with confidence.
All models come with a widescreen format and screen sizes in the 22 to 27-inch range. Those models 24-inches and above can display the equivalent of an A3 sheet of paper plus tool palettes you so can see your entire workspace on one screen.
With content published on so many different types of printed and digital media it's critical to know how your clients will see color. A ColorEdge monitor and the bundled ColorNavigator software let you do just that as they are designed for both softproofing and digital device emulation. So now you can "predict" how color will appear to your clients whether you produce content for printed media like books and magazines or for digital media devices like tablets, smart phones, and notebook computers.
At the printing stage, having a monitor that correctly displays the submitted data will allow you to make color corrections on screen. Also, by sharing a color space, you will enjoy both greater efficiency and precision at each stage of the printing process.
By using ColorEdge monitors at each stage of the workflow - photography, design, and printing - you can simulate (soft proof) what the final print will look like. This leads to significant reductions in cost and time spent correcting colors when the different parties are all in distant locations from each other.
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