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Re: Monitor Syder (was Color Blind/Prove It)



I ordered one two days ago and was told they aren't expecting to ship until
at least Thursday next week.
Todd

> From: "George Coon / Hawk Mtn. Art Papers" <sales@hawkmtnartpapers.com>
> Organization: Hawk Mountain Art Papers
> Reply-To: epson-inkjet@leben.com
> Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2000 18:37:06 -0400
> To: <epson-inkjet@leben.com>
> Subject: Monitor Syder (was Color Blind/Prove It)
> 
> I purchased my Monitor Spyder at Seybold SF and was told it would ship by
> beginning of October. Emailed ColorVision and was told it was shipping last
> week. Still no Spyder. Anyone actually received one, other than you David  :)
> ????
> 
> Diana York
> Hawk Mountain Art Papers  www.hawkmtnartpapers.com
> Hawk Mountain Editions  www.hawkmtneditions.com
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <CDTobie@aol.com>
>>>> Enter the Monitor Spyder. This device is solid, effective, fast, the
>>> specs rival anything on the market... and its a great looking substantial
> piece
>>> of equipment, actually much more impressive to have around the office that
>>> the more expensive pucks. And it costs less than a Chroma4. And it runs
>>> OptiCal and PhotoCal, which are the preferred software of most all us color
> geeks...
> 
>> Well, its inside to the degree that I got about the 25th Spyder made, and
>> have been playing with it for a while now, but there should be producton
>> quantities available at PhotoExpo in New York at the beginning of the month.
>> I'm pleased to say that the suction cups stay attached to the frame, the
>> frame stays attached to the body, the USB cable is extra long, and the whole
>> physical situation seems to be fine. The specs also look great, but they will
>> need to test more units before the statistical averages are official. Looks
>> so far as though it should compare nicely to the X-Rite Monitor
>> Optimizer/DTP92 at a fraction of the price.
>> 
>> C. David Tobie
>> Design Cooperative
>> CDTobie@designcoop.com
> 
> 
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