Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Hua, Dec 9, 2006.
$61 shipped from buy.com
Hopefully it works halfway decently.
I just got mine two days ago
Mine came in a different packet though.
Office max here in DE has them for $59.99. + no sales tax FTW
except mine says huey on it like yours.
Ok, so after the calibration, it shows the final window of before/after. There was no difference.
hahaha really? made a difference on my screen, but it was already pretty close by using the squint method.
There is software 1.4 on their website, mine was shipped with 1.0 (which I havent tried). Also the corny picture at the end of the software isnt a very good gauge.
Yeah, I just updated mine to 1.4, as it too came with the 1.0 software.
You're in Delaware???!?! Awwww.
I just moved from DE (lived there my whole life) to Oklahoma for school and I hate it here.
worked well for me for the last year.
You and me are equipment twins with exception to printers.
any of you have an apple? i have a MacBook and wondering if i need to calibrate it.
all monitors should be calibrated
powerbook g4 here. monitor isnt very close stock. checkout a program called SuperCal.
how much is that?
I think it was like $300. Works great, never tried the huey and it wasn't really available when I bought it.
think i'll be getting a spyder 2 pro for xmass
yeah, i need one of these for my macbook and desktop lcd. are they easy to use?
understatement. they do it all for you.
huey is full auto. will do 2x connected monitors if you set them to the primary screen.
spyder2express is pretty much the same, will only do one screen unless you tweak the profile names manually with colorsync.
the spyder2 pros allow manual calibration, 2 monitors and a few extra features i believe.
The Huey is extremely simple to use. The program tells you what to do.