Microsoft has updated its consumer monitors to better capture the colors of the screen.
The new versions of the popular Staples monitors, which Microsoft has been using for more than a year, capture the color of the display with greater accuracy than ever before.
The monitors have a higher resolution and better color accuracy than previous versions, but they are still not as accurate as the Dell and LG monitors.
Microsoft says the new Staples monitors can now capture colors that are between 2 percent and 7 percent of the displayed color.
The company says the monitor’s higher resolution also allows it to capture colors at the higher contrast levels of color reproduction that have traditionally been achieved with color monitors.
The Staples monitors also include a range of new features including the new ColorSense display, which allows them to show the colors with better precision than ever.
These new features, like the ColorSense feature, will allow Staples monitors to be used as monitors for more personal projects.
Staples monitors were introduced last year and the first versions are expected to go on sale next month.
Microsoft said its new monitors also use more energy to run.
This has a major impact on the monitor manufacturers’ margins, which is a key metric for manufacturers.
Staples is expected to announce additional monitors later this year.