- Sep 23, 2021
Lenovo has revealed a new line of products during the Tech World 2021 event that was held virtually in the early hours of today. In the event, the computer producing giant showcased a series of new ThinkVision monitors that are obviously made for gamers and professionals.
Below are the types of monitors unveiled during the launch;
1. ThinkVision P27u-20
The Hong Kong-based computer giants revealed the new ThinkVision P27u-20 as a type of monitor particular targeted at top professionals. The technicality of the monitor makes it especially suitable for use for graphic designers, content creators, photographers, and ultimately videographers. The monitor comes with a 27 inch IPS Ultra High Definition display.
According to the features of the monitor, it is built in a way that it would act as a production hub, sort of like a workspace. It has a single cable docking solution with numerous USB 3.2, and in addition, there’s the Thunderbolt 4.0 input and output responsible for carrying data and display data. The ThinkVision P27u- 20 also arrives with integrated speakers as well.
2. The Lenovo G27e-20 & G24e-20
Apart from the previously mentioned monitor that is made for professionals, Lenovo also launched two new monitors in its G series line for gamers. The monitors are designed in a way that will offer a breathtaking PC gaming experience. Although these monitors were built with gamers in mind, they can also be useful for online education with young professionals.
How much do the ThinkVision P27u- 20 and the G series cost?
Lenovo has confirmed that the ThinkVision P27u-20 professional monitor is slated to be released sometime in December 2021 and will sell for around 769 US Dollars— all things being equal. The G27e-20 and the G24e- 20 however will be launching in October with the former expected to sell for about 239 US Dollars while the latter is fixed at 209 US Dollars.
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