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Spyder3HDMI doesn't need any help to calibrate your TV

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Datacolor has been pushing the automated calibration solution for a while with its line of SpyderTV products, the latest of which simplifies things even further, cutting out the need for an attached PC by simply connecting to the television's HDMI input. This way, everything that needs to be done is on the TV screen itself, and the company claims it will work with any digital TV. Considering how many people still aren't even watching HD on their HDTVs, even if its price isn't a hurdle (none announced yet, although the current Spyder3 pictured here is $99,) consumer ignorance will still leave many LCDs and plasmas stuck on torch mode or worse.

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