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Is acer nitro 5 an515-44-r1fd 72% NTSC ?

Hi there, I recently bought acer nitro 5 AN515-44-r1fd. i do design stuff so wanna make sure is it 72% NTSC / 99% sRGB as said by seller, but i can't confirm it from acer's website. 

 

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1 hour ago, Eigenvektor said:

The intro page for the model mentions the 72% NTSC: https://www.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/series/nitro5

 

Doesn't seem to be mentioned on the spec page for the particular model though.

Yeah that is what I'm saying. I can't find it on their website. But maybe cause it's not available for US. 

 

https://www.flipkart.com/acer-nitro-5-ryzen-7-octa-core-4800h-8-gb-1-tb-hdd-256-gb-ssd-windows-10-home-4-graphics-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1650-ti-144-hz-an515-44-r1fd-gaming-laptop/p/itm5b73314ffa51e

 

Here you can see in details they says it's 72%Ntsc. 

I have a benq 2700q and it's 100% srgb, and on comparing i can see there's a colour difference between two screens.

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Just now, assasain said:

Yeah that is what I'm saying. I can't find it on their website. But maybe cause it's not available for US.

The link I posted is to Acer's US website. And it does mention 72% NTCS. As I said it's on the intro page for the model, just not the detail pages.

 

But I'm wondering if a gaming notebook that is more worried about pointing out 144 Hz is the best for color work. Is the screen even color calibrated and/or can you do that?

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1 hour ago, assasain said:

Yeah that is what I'm saying. I can't find it on their website. But maybe cause it's not available for US. 

 

https://www.flipkart.com/acer-nitro-5-ryzen-7-octa-core-4800h-8-gb-1-tb-hdd-256-gb-ssd-windows-10-home-4-graphics-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1650-ti-144-hz-an515-44-r1fd-gaming-laptop/p/itm5b73314ffa51e

 

Here you can see in details they says it's 72%Ntsc. 

I have a benq 2700q and it's 100% srgb, and on comparing i can see there's a colour difference between two screens.

One or both of your displays likely aren’t color calibrated. Coverage is great but means nothing if they come out of the factory with wonky calibration.

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8 hours ago, Vitamanic said:

One or both of your displays likely aren’t color calibrated. Coverage is great but means nothing if they come out of the factory with wonky calibration.

Benq 2700q is colour calibrated from factory, it came with results pamphlet. I think maybe color differed cause benq is 10 bit and acer has 8bit colour. 

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