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Lenovo announces 24- and 27-inch ThinkVision QHD displays

by Mark Tyson on 28 December 2016, 11:01

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As well as the plethora of new Microsoft Windows 10 Signature Edition Kaby Lake processor equipped laptops, Lenovo has revealed a pair of new monitors and new docks ahead of CES 2017. The new ThinkVision monitors offer 24- and 27-inch diagonal sizes and QHD screen resolutions. Lenovo's new expansion docks come in either Thunderbolt 3 or USB Type-C varieties, likely made to play nicely with its nine new laptops.

The ThinkVision P24h and ThinkVision P27h are 24- and 27-inch monitors respectively. They both offer a QHD resolution screen (2560x1440 pixels) and come factory calibrated for 100 per cent sRGB coverage.

Both the new monitors are hooked up to your laptop or desktop via a single USB Type-C cable, which provides power, video, and data (onboard there's a 4-Port USB hub and digital display ports). Only the 27-inch monitor is pictured, and on this model at least you can see the left, right and upper screen bezels are pleasingly slim. The ThinkVision P27h will retail for $329, reports PCPer, but the smaller 24-incher hasn't been priced as yet.

Lenovo's ThinkPad Thunderbolt 3 Dock ($280, above left) provides a plethora of ports which include; 2x DP, 1x HDMI, and 1x VGA for displays, a quartet of USB 3.0 ports, and an Ethernet port. On the front you have a Thunderbolt 3 port, USB 3.0, and 3.5mm audio.

If you have a PC or laptop without Thunderbolt but with a USB Type-C connector then Lenovo has that covered too with its smaller Type-C Dock ($200, above right). This device provides 2xDP and 1x VGA for video out, a pair of USB 3.0 ports, a pair of USB 2.0 ports, and Ethernet around the back. On its front there is a USB Type-C port, USB 3.0, and 3.5mm audio.

Expect to see and hear more about these and other Lenovo products at CES next week.



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Blah blah, wake me when your monitor ad says “because TALLER is better than WIDER”…ROFL. Then I'll open my wallet. Until I see 16:10 you're not getting my money (which currently leaves me with VERY few options). If Dell had included Gsync or Freesync they'd already have my money. That's ok though, my current monitors work fine still (LOL) and I have a cpu/gpu to buy first probably. They'll have to pry my 16:10 monitors from my cold dead hands. At this point I currently hope I die before my 16:10 monitors…ROFLMAO. I'm willing to pay $600-1000, just give me 27-30in, 16:10 and Gsync (or Freesync if Vega is awesome).

Merry Christmas/Happy New Year everyone ;)
That's actually pretty cheap for a 27" QHD IPS monitor isn't it?
Ulti
That's actually pretty cheap for a 27" QHD IPS monitor isn't it?


The U2715H from Dell sells for about £270-300 a nice QHD 27" panel.
lon3wolf2002
Ulti
That's actually pretty cheap for a 27" QHD IPS monitor isn't it?


The U2715H from Dell sells for about £270-300 a nice QHD 27" panel.

IPS panel I should of said
I'm pretty sure that one is closer to £400 as I had my eye on it for a while. The 25" version however is around £250-300 I think.