ThinkVision

Large-sized curved displays with a 32:10 aspect ratio have been gaining traction in the recent years both among gamers and professionals. At CES Lenovo introduced its own Legion Y44w and ThinkVision P44w ultra-wide LCDs aimed at gaming and professional applications. Both monitors have a number of similarities, yet are tailored for the said market segments. Lenovo’s Legion Y44w and ThinkVision P44w displays use curved 43.4-inch panels featuring a 3840×1200 resolution as well as 450 nits brightness. The LCDs carry VESA’s DisplayHDR 400 badge and therefore support HDR10 format. The two monitors come equipped with two USB 3.1 Gen 1 & Gen 2 Type-C ports with 90 W power delivery (across two ports) to connect two PCs, something that might be useful both in home and...

Lenovo Unveils New ThinkVision X24 LCD: 4-mm Thick, Ultra-Thin Bezels, FHD, IPS

Ahead of next week's CES show, Lenovo this morning is taking the wraps off of one of their thinnest and lightest 23.8” FHD displays to date, the Lenovo ThinkVision...

6 by Anton Shilov on 1/5/2018

Lenovo Announces ThinkVision P32u LCD: 32-inch, 4K, TB3 with Daisy Chaining

Ahead of CES, Lenovo is introducing its new ThinkVision P32u professional-grade display. The latest monitor from the company offers an Ultra HD resolution, a wide color gamut, as well...

29 by Anton Shilov on 1/4/2018

Lenovo Launches ThinkVision Displays With USB-C Docking At CES

As soon as the USB-C connector and alternate modes were announced with DisplayPort adding support, I instantly envisioned a monitor with USB-C as the single cable to allow docking...

13 by Brett Howse on 1/3/2016

Lenovo Announces New ThinkVision LT2934z Panoramic Display

Along with their new ThinkPad Ultrabooks, Lenovo also announced their new LT2934z panoramic display today in Berlin, Germany prior to the start of IFA. This is a 29” 21:9...

16 by Jarred Walton on 9/3/2013

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