In a message dated 1/25/06 4:14:58 PM, email@hidden writes:
At the company where I worked, we had bought a bunch of them (10, I believe,
due to licensing restrictions), and almost all of them produced horrible
results (very yellow, and dim, etc). The very few that didn't, still gave
I've received bad units in the few competing monitor calibrators I've purchased for comparison testing, so its not unheard of with any company. The return rate on Spyders for functional problems was tiny at worst and has dropped to next to nothing (a fraction of a fraction of a percent) with the newer versions. When your product costs less, the competition has little choice but to spin this as "ours costs more, but theirs isn't as good" in one way or another, and this as been spun in just about every manner it could over the years with ColorVision products. Yet ColorVision continues to grow, prosper, sell more products, set new pricepoints, open new markets, and make new customers.
C. David Tobie
Product Technology Manager
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