look better is no use if it does not match the print. my old philips 107T monitor is 97% close to the print I get from KT lab. well the print look super hence my monitor.Was at my client's place where they're running both PC and Macs. Just for the fun of it, we test out the Mac 23 inch screen against a non Mac screen ( can't remember the brand ) using the same CPU, a PC ( a custom build one bought in Feb 07 for their creative dept ). Connect the Mac screen to the PC than the non Mac screen. We agreed that the Mac screen looks better. Tried the same with the G5 and the Mac screen looks even better. I'm not a tech kind of guy so I can't say if this makes senes or not, but this is what I saw about 3 mths ago. Maybe it's due to the setting on the Mac and the PC, as I said, I'm not that much of a tech guy so I woun't know.
TS, hope this helps
OMG the amount of misinformation in this thread is obscene.I think mac looks good on their displays is because of the cable they are using, firstly most computers windows base are using VGA unless you opt to use DVI and all macs are using DVI, but i dont find any difference when i see the mac book and the lappy mostly the same. Unless you are talking about the Macbook Pro, because of their high res graphic card by NVIDA. So i think is because specially made for mac.
maybe something more constructive by knowledgeable CS-ers like which mac screens and which PC LCD screens are better for editing or proofing of images?:bsmilie:
so how??? :dunno: