Lenovo announced two new displays for CES 2018. The ThinkVision X24 is a thin monitor and the ThinkVision P32u is a 4K monitor with USB C and ThunderBolt 3 connectivity. Both new displays are coming in Q1 with different users in mind. The ThinkVision X24 is for buyers who want a good display with a beautiful design and the ThinkVision P32u is aimed at professionals who need accurate colors and loads of connectivity options.
The ThinkVision X24 is Lenovo’s thinnest desktop display. It offers a 1080P resolution with a 23.8-inch display and comes with an antiglare coating. The monitor uses an iPS display, max brightness is 250 cd/m2 and the viewing angles are 170 by 178 degrees. The display features a HDMI 1.4 port and HDMI port as well as audio out. Lenovo will start selling the ThinkVision X24 in January for $249.
The ThinkVision P32u is a professional grade monitor aimed at users who need the best color accuracy. This 4K 32-inch display shows 99.5 AdobeRGB color, supports multiple connectivity options and can act as a hub for your accessories.
- ThinkVision P32u is a UHD 4K display with multi-color space capability
- The 32-inch near-edgeless monitor features Thunderbolt 3 In and Out ports for daisy-chain capability
- User comfort is maximized with a flexible stand that offers lift, tilt, swivel and pivot
- antiglare IPS display 178/178 viewing angles 300 cd/m2 brightness and 6ms response time.
- 2 HDMI 2.0, 1 Displayport 1.2, ThunderBolt 3 In, ThunderBolt 3 Out.
With the ThunderBolt 3 in and out connections you can daisy chain this to another display or to other ThunderBolt 3 devices so you only need to connect one cable to your notebook to “dock” at your desk. The ThinkVision P32u arrives in March for $1,349.
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