Lenovo says that the 27-inch ThinkVision X1 monitor is just 7.5mm-thick - although as you can see from its profile view below, that clearly depends on which part you're looking at. Nonetheless, the display is still pretty sleek, and features an 'edge-to-edge' design with bezels that are just 2mm-thick.
The ThinkVision X1 features an IPS LCD panel with 4K / Ultra HD (3840x2160px) resolution, and supports 99% of the sRGB color gamut. Along with an integrated USB 3.1 port with Type-C connector, the X1 has a 'built-in' camera (which visibly sits atop the main frame of the display) offering Full HD (1920x1080px) resolution and dual-array microphone, along with stereo speakers at the base of the screen.
Key specs include:
Panel Size: 27"
Panel Type: IPS
Resolution: 3840 x 2160
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Viewing Angle: 178° horizontal; 178° vertical
Brightness: 300 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 1300:1
Color Gamut: 99% sRGB
Number of Colors: 1.07 Billion
Respnse time: 6 ms
Anti-Glare Screen: yes
Connectivity and Design
Input: USB 3.1 Type-C; HDMI™ 2.0; DisplayPort™ 1.2
Tilt Angle Adjustement: -5° ~ 22°
Cable Mangement: Yes
Kensington® Lock: Yes
VESA® Mounting: Yes
Bezel Color: Black
Bezel Width: 2mm sides; 2mm top, 51.11mm bottom
Monitor Head Size: 614.5 mm (W) x 34.9 mm (D) x 418.8 (H)
Monitor Size w/ Stand: 714.0 mm (W) x 186.0 mm (D) x 526.0 mm (H)
Weight: 6.4 kg (w/ stand); 3.5 kg (head only)
FHD camera w/ Built in Microphone
Camera Privacy Lock
Power Adaptor Output (DC output): 135W (20V)
Power Adaptor Input (AC-input): 90 V ~ 260 V / 47 Hz ~ 63 Hz
Significantly, Lenovo says that the ThinkVision X1 is "the world's first monitor to receive the TUV Eye-Comfort certification", based upon a series of tests intended to assess fatigue and stress on the users' eyes while using the display.
The ThinkVision X1 will go on sale in March priced from $799.