I apologize if this is buried somewhere; I've read so many posts that flirt with the topic I've gotten myself more confused. Color Munki, i1 display 2, i1 basic, i1 pro...
I have a unibody 17 mbp, so I need to calibrate an LED screen. Tried my Spyder2pro but that didn't perform well at all. In the near future I will be getting an epson 7900 to replace my no-longer-supported 2200 (snow leopard; well at least not supported today. But I need an excuse to upgrade anyway, it's long overdue). However, I don't plan to do any printer profiling, assuming the 7900 performs as expected.
From x-rite's website:
"In house testing has demonstrated that LED backlit displays can be successfully calibrated and profiled using both colorimeter (i1Display 2, ColorMunki Create) and spectrophotometer (i1Pro, ColorMunki Photo and ColorMunki Design) instruments."
Is that correct? I've been leaning towards the i1 basic, thinking the spectro would work better than something like the colorMunki.