You could try to adjust brightness on your devices and try to get them to match exactly. Another prob with colors is that digital displays use RGB pixels, but (most) printers use CMY+K inks. Thus colors never look the same on paper. I have heard of RGB+K printers and CMY pixeled displays (if you ever wanted to rip something apart and modify it), but they sound expensive.
As a Jay Leno joke (infused with fact) goes, "In a few years, Scientists will be able to "print" fully functional body parts without using clones or embryo stem cells. The bad news is, Obamacare won't cover any of that. The printer's cheap, it's those damn cartridges... That's where they get you."
Dang. There it goes, someone else bought it for 90 bucks after mom made the 40 dollar offer (I knew 6 watchers meant no good
). I should just let her figure it out but then that thing's so rare now how's she gonna know where to find one. Having to help her find something takes the surprise out of it. it's okay though, If I really want it I'll buy it myself and just having pizza at Bruno's is awesome too, and just as meaningful. Especially since Bruno's Pizza is the best place for pizza in the whole state, no offense to any people who take pride in their meema's homemade pizza.