Leading computer maker Lenovo isn’t stopping with updated internals and sharper edges for its ThinkPad X1 line of tablets, notebooks and convertibles. Tucked within the companies CES 2016 announcements are a few new business accessories. None of these accessories are more exciting than the ThinkVision X24 Pro Monitor.
The ThinkVision X24 Pro Monitor is the perfect accessory to the attractive and versatile line of new X1 notebooks and all-in-one PC that Lenovo announced at the beginning of this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The 23.8-inch LED display has a stunning 1920 x 1080 resolution and add-ons that support the companies WiGig docking technology and QI wireless charging through add-ons. It also has an integrated camera with microphones and speakers. The bezel on everything but the bottom of the ThinkVision X24 Pro Monitor are 0.008 inches, which is ridiculously small for a display of its size.
Connecting to the ThinkVision X24 Pro Monitor is as simple as plugging in a USB Type C port if your device has one. Besides USB Type C, Mini DisplayPort input and MicroUSB 3.0 are present. Lenovo is smartly including cables for everyone one of those ports with the ThinkVision X24 Pro.
The built-in web camera on the ThinkVision X24 Pro sits on an arm that can be freely adjusted for a better angle independently of the monitor and its base. It’s not a standard camera. Instead, it uses Intel’s Real Sense camera technology to capture people and objects in real-time. It’ll support Windows Hello too.
The WiGig Bar that allows the ThinkVision X24 Pro to act as wireless hub for accessories will cost $250 on top of the X24 Pro’s base $399 price. The QI wireless charging stand for the monitor will cost an extra $150. The ThinkVision X24 Pro should be available for purchase in May.
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