SpyderPrint is a product from Datacolor for creating print calibration profiles with the help of a spectrocolorimeter and cross-platform software. The process involves printing “targets” on your particular printer and paper then using the spectrocolorimeter to scan the printed patches to build an ICC color profile that you add to your system in order to accurately predict and optimize results with that printer/ink/paper combination, from editing and soft-proofing to final output (assuming your display is also calibrated). Other features include a SpyderProof function with “carefully selected” sample images and a variety of controls and options. (See Users Guide [PDF] for more details.)
SpyderPrint (S4SR100) lists for $349 ($344 at Amazon when checked) for OS X 10.7 through macOS 10.12 or Windows. SpyderX Pro is a monitor calibration system from the same company (but you can use a different monitor calibration system instead, if you choose).
ProArt Display PA32UCX is a new, high-end professional display from Asustek Computer Inc. that rivals Apple’s upcoming 6K display, though it puts only 4K UHD on its 32-inch panel. Connections include dual Thunderbolt 3 ports (with 60W power delivery), three HDMI 2.0b connections and DisplayPort 1.2, plus three USB 3.0 Type A “downstream” connectors. Unlike Apple’s display, the ProArt PA32UCG includes a fully adjustable stand (plus VESA compatibility). Its 10-bit IPS panel features mini-LED backlighting with 1000+ zones of local dimming, 1200 nits peak brightness, 1000:1 contrast (1,000,000:1 HDR), and “smart” HDR for multiple HDR formats and PQ curves. Color features include pre-calibration (Delta E < 1) and hardware calibrator compatibility, with profile saving, a 14-bit lookup table (LUT), and colorspace coverage of 99% DCI-P3, 99.5% Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB, 100% Rec. 709 and 89% Rec.2020, plus a plethora of color modes and adjustments.
ProArt Display PA32UCX [Amazon] recently began shipping, list-priced at $3999.
ProArt PA32UC [Amazon] is a less expensive model with similar features, including Thunderbolt 3, list-priced at $1599.
ProArt PA27UCX is an unreleased 27-inch version with HDMI, DisplayPort, and USB Type-C ports, but no Thunderbolt 3 support.