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Lenovo announces ThinkVision P24h and P27h qHD resolution displays

ThinkVision

Alongside the announcement of the Lenovo Thinkpad docking station and the refreshed line-up of ThinkPad laptops, Lenovo also announced a couple of ThinkVision displays.

The new ThinkVision P24h and P27h displays offer qHD resolution at 2560×1440 pixels with factory-calibrated sRGB high color gamut for stunning detail and super narrow bezels and border-less panels for elegant display.

There is also a USB-C Type port where you can plug in multiple USB devices via the integrated 4-port USB hub function.
Lenovo ThinkVision P27h
Lenovo ThinkVision P27h back

ThinkVision P24h and P27h – Specifications and Features

  • One cable support NB/Phone/Tablet via Type C Power delivery (<=45W) + Video(DP1.2) + Data (USB 3.0)
  • USB devices could be connected onto monitors Keyboard/Mouse/etc. can be connected via the integrated 4-port USB hub function
  • Super Narrow Bezel and WVA Borderless Panel Elegant look and feel to enhance desk space appearance
  • 27” or 23.8” QHD 2560×1440 IPS Type Screen See crisp images down to the last detail
  • >=99% sRGB high color gamut Natural scene and real color can be revealed
  • 6ms fast response time No ghosting of previous images
  • Non-glossy Screen See no unwanted screen reflection that minimizes eye strain
  • Full function stand Thinner and simplified rear cover. USB ports moved to edge for easier connecting. Lift, tilt, swivel and pivot (+/-90°)stand with ThinkCentre TINY desktop connector support
  • Popular Connectivity 2HDMI+Type-C+DP+DP Out+Audio; USB 3.0 (4 down/1BC)

Both the models will be available starting April 2017 with a starting price of $329USD for the P27h and $259USD for the P24h.

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  • John

    Where did you confirm “Type C Power delivery (<=45W)"? I can't find any official documentation that states "<=45W". Thanks.

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