The new Lenovo ThinkPad USB C docks, Thunderbolt 3 docks and USB C displays simplify connecting your computer to peripherals and to a display with a single cable.
Just ahead of CES 2017 Lenovo is refreshing multiple ThinkPad lines to deliver better security and portability, and with the changes are new accessories for your office.
USB C and Thunderbolt 3 are the new standard in connectivity and with fast speeds, the support for multiple connection types including data, video and ethernet over a single cord to your computer.
The ThinkPad P27h and P24h monitors deliver a QHD IPS display with borderless screens and support for 99% sRGB high color gamut. You can connect your ThinkPad or other USB C device to the P27h and P24h with a single cable. This will send your screen to the monitor and also charge your computer.
In addition to USB C you get 2 HDMI, Type-C, DP, DP Out, Audio and USB 3.0 (4 down/1BC). With DIpslayport out you can connect multiple monitors together.
Lenovo offers the ThinkVision P27h for $329 with a 27-inch display and the ThinkVision P24h for $259 with a 23.6 inch display. The monitors will goo on sale for in April 2017.
Lenovo also announced Thunderbolt 3 and USB C docks for the ThinkPad notebooks. The new Thunderbolt 3 dock delivers power, ports and 4k display connectivity as well as 40Gbps transfer speeds. The USB C dock delivers similar functionality for devices without Thunderbolt 3. There are 13 ports on the docks and support for up to three displays.
- 2 x DisplayPort
- 1 x Thunderbolt 3 port (USB-C)
- 5 x USB3.0 port (including 1 always power-on port) • 1 x Gigabit Ethernet
- 1 x Stereo/Mic combo port
- 1 x Security lock slot
The Thunderbolt 3 dock is available in February form $279 and the USB C dock is $199.99 and arrives in January.
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