I recently shopped with my daughter, an aspiring artist, to get a new laptop to replace a 6 year old HP pavillion laptop. However, every Ryzen based laptop at Bestbuy and many Intel (though not all) laptops had the same inability to match the 6 year old laptop's red - red looked orange; and purples looked blue, but otherwise color reproduction looked normal (white was white so no consistent tint across spectrum). This occurred across vendors, but even when I compared two laptops made by the same vendor, one ryzen based and one more expensive intel based, where other than CPU they were identical, only the Intel one displayed red like it was actually red. We are talking same exact IPS panel descriptions. The bestbuy salesperson mentioned that many screens come with some kind of filter, but this isn't mentioned anywhere I can find. Anyone know what this is, and how to avoid picking laptops with this obnoxious color changing filter? I can't imagine anyone that uses a laptop for anything except 100% coding should accept such a limitation, what appears to be intentional distortion of the display fidelity.