Lenovo has come out with a new model from the ThinkVision display series. Lenovo’s latest comes with a 27-inch screen, and will first go on sale in China on 19th August 2020.
The first thing that catches the eyes is the ThinkVision’s large screen display which appears to be only a display without the trace of any bezels. The barely-there bezels make it possible for the display to have the ultra screen ratio of 92%. Lenovo has made the screen on the affordable side but refused to compromise on its features side. The display is equipped with 2K resolution. Moreover, the display comes with 99% Rec.709 cinema-level color gamut coverage which is the same sRGB color gamut and offers 85% DCI- P3 coverage.
The design may seem ordinary with the exception of the chassis, of course. These internal features alone could impress anyone especially since the pricing has been set so low, for a display of such a repute. As for the other features of the Lenovo ThinkVision display, the 27-inch full-screen display comes equipped with a Type-C first-line expansion transmission along with another reverse power supply.
The photo renderings released by the company show a small stand that accompanies the display screen. The small stand itself is rotatable and could be lifted to adjust its height. Subsequently, it also makes adjusting the screen easier and convenient for its users.
Lenovo ThinkVision display screen carries a groove at its base, and the pictures reveal that this base could perfectly house a smartphone.
The USB-connector can be used to charge mobile devices also. It also received a rotating and adjustable in height and angle of the ergonomic stand. As mentioned before, the Lenovo ThinkVision display screen will go on sale in China tomorrow, and it is priced at 1899 yuan ($274).