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ColourConfidence break out PChOOD range

Launched earlier in the year Birmingham-based colour management specialist, ColourConfidence, has announced the PChOOD range of monitor hoods are available now.

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The PChOOD monitor hood range proves to be more than just a shade better, following its Spring launch

Birmingham, UK, 15th July 2010 - Europe's leading value added distributor into the colour management and digital imaging channels, Color Confidence, hail the launch of the PChOOD range of monitor hoods in Spring 2010, as one of their most successful product launches yet, with unprecedented post-launch customer interest, together with exceptional and growing sales through their expanding network of resellers and ColorStores. To learn more, visit: www.ColorConfidence.com/pchood

Photographers, designers and anyone interested in producing outstanding images are increasingly aware of the importance of accurate colour management, from capture through monitor to print. To ensure that the monitor stage of that workflow is as accurate as it possibly can be, the PChOOD range is an ideal solution, creating an optimum working environment for accurately viewing colours.

“The PChOOD range offers a definitive selection of monitor hoods which reduce glare and shield unwanted light from any monitor display and so improves on-screen colour accuracy” Comments Simon Prais, Technical Director Color Confidence “In addition, the PChOOD range offers numerous additional benefits including energy saving through reduced energy consumption .

The complete PChOOD range offers a selection of monitor hood solutions in a variety of sizes and designs for both PC and Macintosh, including:

PChOOD Pro - A universal monitor hood, suitable for all LCD & CRT displays 15" - 26"
PC Laptop Hood - Portable flat-pack hoods in black, for laptops in various sizes (PC and Mac)
Mac Laptop Hood - Contemporary design, portable flat-pack, in matt silver effect to compliment Macintosh Laptops. In various sizes

The PChOOD range offers numerous benefits and features including:

Shield light from your monitor display, to provide optimum conditions for a colour accurate working environment
Allows you to set your display brightness lower and subsequently saves up to 40% of power consumption, which extends monitor life (and laptop power) and is great for the environment
Can help to reduce eye strain
Specially designed black velvet inner layer absorbs light and eliminates reflections
Removable access cover, for using a monitor calibrator such as ColorMunki, without removing the hood (on applicable models)

The PChOOD range is now in stock now and is available direct from www.ColourConfidence.com and our dealer network. dealer network.

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