B509II vs. sRGB. I believe that this image attempts to illustrate how inaccurately a laptop reproduces colors, like pretty much every laptop on the market.
Somehow I got on the Haiku mailing list and I haven't been able to get off. (Haiku is the project that took over BeOS after the commercial version crashed and burned.) It's not all bad, it's a daily reminder that I said I was going to start working with Be, and occasionally something interesting will pop up. Lately there has been a discussion about what kind of laptop to buy, and Sean tells us that he is going to buy a Schenker B513. A what? A Schenker? Who or what is a Schenker? Never heard of them, but I guess that's not too surprising. So I go look it up and it looks like every other fancy laptop on the market. The bullet points mention USB 3.0, which is also new to me. I guess wires still count for something. I remember when USB 2.0 was a big deal.