Aug 14, 2014 -
Overall, there's very little not to like: the results appear accurate and no obvious colour biases can be observed, and reminders can be set up should the lighting conditions change or if a large period of time elapses between calibrations.
The only minor niggle is that although it works in much the same way as the i1 Display Pro device, it's considerably slower (but you should bear in mind that it's around £50 cheaper too). The X-Rite Colormunki display will set you back £199 and retails in the US for $189 ($229.95 in Australia).
Still, for the novice user performing occasional calibrations, it's pretty much spot on, colour casts will be banished and all your future image adjustments accurate and worth while.