It's about that time of year again, when companies are making their pre-CES announcements. Aside from refreshes of its lineup of ThinkPad laptops and convertibles, the firm also announced a pair of ThinkVision monitors.
The image above is of the ThinkVision P32u, a "near-edgeless" 4K UHD monitor with a 32-inch screen. The display supports 99.5% Adobe RGB color gamut, and it has a 1000:1 contrast ratio. It comes with two HDMI 2.0 ports, along with DisplayPort 1.2 and Thunderbolt 3.
Then there's the ThinkPad X24, a 23.8-inch anti-glare FHD display. It's super-slim, coming in at just 4mm, and the bezels are just 1.1mm. The X24 includes ports for HDMI 1.4 and DisplayPort 1.2.
The ThinkVision P32u will arrive in March for $1,349, and the X24 is coming this month for $249.
Lenovo also unveiled the ThinkPad Docking Station today, which can be connected to most 12-, 14-, and 15-inch ThinkPad PCs. It offers "complete connectivity options and keylock security for physical asset protection", and it comes in three flavors: Basic 90W for $199, Pro 135W for $249, and Ultra 135W for $299. The Docking Station will be available this month.
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