Hello, I'm a relatively new shooter (March of this year) but I've been interested in photography my whole life. Now that I have a high quality and portable setup I find myself taking pictures everywhere and keeping my camera on me at a times. Unfortunately, being a commuting college student in engineering means I'm not home very often where my powerful desktop is and so often times I have to make due with my 12in Intel core i3 first-gen convertible tablet. I'm looking to upgrade this for a higher resolution and more powerful system and although I know what to look for in specs I'm not to sure how the quality of the screens fare. Here's my wish list: Current gen ivy bridge processor 4+GB ram (upgradeable to at least 8gb) 12-14 inch IPS or PLS screen with 1080p resolution. Build quality and weight are important. I have found several candidates but they all have some sort of shortcoming whether it's price, screen, etc. My question is what notebooks/laptops are you using and how it's working out for you with color accuracy? Currently I'm making do with my 1280x800 resolution screen and color accuracy is fairly decent on it but it could be higher resolution and less bulky (HP TM2-2150 us, 128gb, 8gb ram) I'm not really a fan of apple but they might be my best choice for a quality portable with a proven screen.Advertisement PS I'm not interested in a retina macbook pro. Way more than I'm willing to spend. This laptop or tablet would also be used for school. I mainly want feedback on your experiences with color reproduction since resolution, size, and "IPS" specs only tell one side of the story.