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I've had one for all of 2 days now. What a fantastic screen (and computer). It's replacing a mid-2011 MacBook Air. I just calibrated it with a Spyder4Pro and it covers 100% sRBG and ~78% Adobe RGB.So far, working in Lightroom on my D800 files is amazing. I see so much more detail now that was just hidden with my old Dell 20" LCD. Makes me appreciate the D800 even more. Also helps to have the extra horsepower and memory compared to my old MBA.
@ jimmyboy I have the fusion drive in my late 2013 I7 i mac. If I had a do over I would have went with the SSD.The SSD in my macbook pro (I5 with a SSD) is almost as fast. BTW I use Apple Aperture on both machines. I've been working with Nikon NX2 since it came out, back in 2008. Before placing any money on this computer, I called a few places to see if this hardware would be compatible. NOPE, not at this time. Looks to me I maybe learning a new learning curve. Thanks for your input on this.
First thing First, Some photo editing software MAY NOT be compatible with these machines at this moment. To new yet. Check your software before buying. Adobe suite is compatible, at this time. Greenwise lightroom seems to be working.
No amount of what anyone says can prepare you for how great things look on this screen. It just looks spectacular. The amazing thing is you can edit a 36mp D800 file at 1:1 and see half the photo. Really good.