GNOME relies on the Argyll color management system to support color instruments. Thus the following display measuring instruments are supported:
Gretag-Macbeth i1 Pro (spectrometer)
Gretag-Macbeth i1 Monitor (spectrometer)
Gretag-Macbeth i1 Display 1, 2 or LT (colorimeter)
X-Rite i1 Display Pro (colorimeter)
X-Rite ColorMunki Design or Photo (spectrometer)
X-Rite ColorMunki Create (colorimeter)
X-Rite ColorMunki Display (colorimeter)
Pantone Huey (colorimeter)
ColorVision Spyder 2 and 3 (colorimeter)
Colorimètre HCFR (colorimeter)
The Pantone Huey is currently the cheapest and best supported hardware in Linux.
Thanks to Argyll there’s also a number of spot and strip reading reflective spectrometers supported to help you calibrating and characterizing your printers:
X-Rite DTP20 “Pulse” (“swipe” type reflective spectrometer)
X-Rite DTP22 Digital Swatchbook (spot type reflective spectrometer)
X-Rite DTP41 (spot and strip reading reflective spectrometer)
X-Rite DTP41T (spot and strip reading reflective spectrometer)
X-Rite DTP51 (spot reading reflective spectrometer)
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