ElectriQ 32″ 4K FreeSync IPS Monitor Review

Datacolor Spyder 5 Elite Testing


Using the Datacolor Spyder 5 Elite, we can accurately test critical components of a display including colour gamut, colour accuracy, colour uniformity, brightness uniformity and more. The data below provides a detailed indication of the overall performance in both non-calibrated and calibrated setup scenarios.

Colour

Uncalibrated

Calibrated

Tone Response

Uncalibrated

Calibrated

Color Accuracy

Uncalibrated

Calibrated

Colour Uniformity

Uncalibrated

Calibrated

Brightness Levels

Uncalibrated

Calibrated

Monitor Rating

Uncalibrated

Calibrated

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Peter Donnell @Xavilend

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