The monitors are calibrated differently - though they might not be "wrong" as opposed to different. It feels like different colour temperatures to me.
The 'classic' colour temperature most higher end gear is calibrated against is 50K - this seems yellower compared to what most people are used to. Many consumer devices are calibrated for a bluer 65K colour temperature (or are uncaliberated and are closer to that).
A quick fix would be to toy with the 'colour temperature' or 'preset modes' till you find one that is 'right' for you. Since they are presets you can switch between them. I've never seen these on a laptop, but its something that works well on desktop monitors. You probably want a cool colour temperature or setting.
I have mismatched monitors, and wanted to go the cheap route (though I feel the defaults were too yellow on the non calibrated monitor) so I ended up running the calibration option on windows. This generates a colour calibration profile you can switch to as needed, based on adjustments you make - this would be a slightly more involved option, but it worked well for me.
If you want to get them as close to perfect as possible and don't want to do it by eye, I'd suggest using a calorimeter or a colour caliberation probe to generate a profile and caliberate the monitor, though of course, this is a little overkill unless you do colour sensitive work.
If you want to know more - I referenced this scientific american post a little and the first part is worth a read as well