Displays have been a central part of the CES 2023 and many companies have showcased their displays, including monitors and TVs. From Asus’s ROG gaming monitors to new-gen Samsung micro LED TV, a lot was revealed at CES 2023.
Lenovo has also announced a bunch of their monitors, including Legion gaming monitors and an ultra-wide ThinkVision monitor. Here is a list of every monitor Lenovo unveiled at CES 2023.
Legion Gaming monitors
Legion is the gaming arm of Lenovo and they have laptops, tower PCs, monitors and peripherals. Lenovo has unveiled two models of Legion monitor for 2023; Lenovo Legion Y27f-30 and Legion Y27qf-30.
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The Legion Y27f-30 is an FHD monitor while the Legion Y27qf-30 is a QHD monitor (can be distinguished by the extra ‘q’ in the model name).
The 2560 x 1440 display on the Lenovo Legion Y27qf-30 QHD monitor boasts a 0.5ms response time and a 240Hz refresh rate that can be cranked up to 250Hz. It features an IPS panel, which has a 125% sRGB colour gamut, a 95% DCI-P3 colour gamut, a Delta E2 colour accuracy, and HDR 400.
It will support the AMD FreeSync Premium and AdaptiveSync for tear-free gameplay. It will also feature 2 x 3W speakers and an integrated phone holder which is part of the ergonomic design of the display.
The FHD counterpart will have the same design and ergonomics but will differ in the display’s specifications. It will have a 1920 x 1080 resolution and 240Hz refresh rate that can be cranked up to 280Hz.
It also supports AMD FreeSyncTM Premium and Adaptive Sync. It will have an IPS panel with 113.7% sRGB, 90.6% DCI-P3 colour gamut, Delta E2 colour accuracy, and HDR 400.
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ThinkVision’s ultra-wide monitor and more
ThinkVision’s P series monitors are more high-end monitors that ultimately focus on productivity like all the ThinkVision line of products.
The ThinkVison P49w-30 Monitor can be used for a variety of functions, including content creation and anything that requires a lot of “screen”. Its double-QHD (5120 x 1440) resolution, IPS panel, and 2000:1 contrast ratio can provide clear images with a 98% DCI-P3 colour gamut.
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It will also feature Lenovo’s exclusive True Split feature, eKVM/KVM switch, and network pass through its ethernet connector for multi-tasking. Additionally, for remote communication, the ThinkVision P49w-30 Monitor will support the MC60 Modular Webcam.
Along similar lines, ThinkVision P32p-30 is a 31.5-inch, 4K UHD 3-side borderless monitor that will provide high-resolution goodness. It features an IPS panel and Natural Low Blue Light technology, diving deep into accurate, rich colour performance.
It will also feature various ports that also enable RJ45 and Thunderbolt 4 for, quick data transfer and charging. With its adjustable stand and optional VoIP Modular Stack, users can also work comfortably.
Lenovo also announced three of its VoIP monitors geared towards remote-working users. These monitors will feature up to 27-inch QHD IPS display panel, an upgraded 5MP camera with an infrared (IR) lens, a separate RGB lens, a privacy shutter, dual microphones with noise cancellation, and two integrated 5W speakers.
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T27hv-30 (27-inch) and T24mv-30 (24-inch) will be Microsoft Teams certified to bring seamless remote collaboration and productivity to modern professionals. Calls may be started instantly with a dedicated Microsoft Teams button, and smart sensors provide dynamic functionality.
While the two monitors are QHD, this series will also have ThinkVision T24v-30 Monitor with FHD (1920 x 1080) resolution, two 3W speakers, a 1080p camera, and rapid and safe login using Windows Hello.
The ThinkVision P32pz-30 and P27pz-30 monitors will feature mini-LEDs with 1,152 dimming zones for sharper colour contrast. They are DisplayHDR1000-certified to reach 1,200 nits of peak brightness and support HDR10 and HLG formats.
It is geared towards artists with its dual-colour standards of DCI-P3 and Adobe RGB. They are the first USB4 Mini LED docking monitors in the world, and they can daisy-chain up to two UHD displays at a rate of 40Gbps of data and video transfer.
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Lenovo’s L-series monitors for mainstream users
Lenovo’s L series are simple monitors for average mainstream users looking for a good monitor in an affordable price segment.
With FHD 1920 x 1080 resolution screens with IPS panels, an ergonomic stand for improved posture, and Natural Low Blue Light technology for better eye health, the Lenovo L24m-40 and L27i-40 monitors provide versatility for working from home as well as entertainment.
It will also feature two 3W speakers for inbuilt audio. With a USB-C connection, a USB hub with several ports, and compatibility with modular cameras, L24m-40 will keeps you connected.
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