Business brand from home Lenovo Swell with a pair of interesting and designed display devices
Family ThinkPad Gets a massive refresh with the start of 2018, both in the mobile model segment of all sizes and genders - and in the world of computer screens, with an updated version of the slim ThinkVision X24 and a new model called the ThinkVision P32u for professionals.
The 24 ThinkVision X2018 model is a screen with some basic features that is wrapped in a particularly nice body, with a panel IPS 23.8 inches and 1080p popular resolution, 250 Nits average brightness, 1,000: 1 static contrast, 4 ms response time and 96 percent coverage of the sRGB standard.
The most unique feature of the screen is the almost non-existent margins on three sides of the panel, as well as the minimum thickness of the unit at the top - only 4 millimeters, combined with a thin metal stand and a prominent red hoop for arranging the binding. The lower part of the screen is thicker due to the need to combine the video inputs (and the electronics that operate it) - you will find there one full-size HDMI connector and a connector DisplayPort Added in full size.
The price of the ThinkVision X24 will be a very sane 250 (considering the brand and its design) and will be available for official purchase later this month.
The ThinkVision P32u screen is already a much larger and more sophisticated model with a panel IPS 32-inch diagonal size and 3,840 × 2,160 pixels resolution at a refresh rate of up to 60 Hz, with a response time of 6 milliseconds, an average brightness of 300 nits and a contrast of 1,000: 1.
The screen offers coverage of 99.5 percent of the full range of advanced AdobeRGB colors used by some professional content producers and editors, and probably supports coverage of additional standards that can be replaced at the touch of a button - with another unique feature of the model being a pair of connectors Thunderbolt 3, which allows connecting to computers supporting one small cable and even concatenation to the same screen or other supporting screen Thunderbolt 3, using only two cables (one for the computer unit and another one between the display pair). Those who need more traditional solutions will also find an HDMI32 connection and a DisplayPort2.0 connection on ThinkVision P1.2u.
The ThinkVision P32u will be available for purchase starting in March 2018, with a painful recommended price tag of $ 1,350 - which reminds us all that this is a product designed for those who are not ready to be able to compromise on the accuracy and scope of support for the specific AdobeRGB standard. The rest will probably be able to find more winking offers from other manufacturers.