Lenovo is kicking off CES 2018 today with a series of announcements, one of them being a couple of new monitors. The new ThinkVision-branded displays have very minimal bezels and vary greatly in the pricing department to meet buyer’s budgets.
For starters, the ThinkVision X24 has a 23.8-inch display with a WLED backlight and 16:9 aspect ratio. It can go up to 250 cd/m2 in brightness and nearly covers the entire sRGB color gamut. It also packs a 1000:1 contrast ratio, an HDMI + DisplayPort, an audio-out jack, and a 1080p resolution. It’ll retail for $249 when it goes on sale this month.
The monitor everyone’s gonna want, though, is no doubt the ThinkVision P32u. It packs a 32-inch screen that nearly covers the entire sRGB color gamut, uses a WLED backlight, has a 16:9 aspect ratio and 1000:1 contrast ratio, and has a 4K resolution for the max amount of clarity. On the back, there’s also two HDMI + DisplayPorts, a Thunderbolt 3 port, and an audio out jack. Unfortunately, it’s significantly more expensive at $1349, but it may be worth it when considering how much you get for your money.
The ThinkVision P32u will go on sale this March.