lenovo_logoLenovo might be making waves with its range of notebooks, smartphones and tablets, but this does not mean that the company has forgotten about other hardware – such as the monitor, of course. In fact, Lenovo has just introduced a refreshed range of its ThinkVision T Series monitors that will boast of the latest green certificates and a new more refined ThinkVision design.

These new generation models will sport thinner profiles in order to keep up with the times, in addition to a new LTPS (Lift, Tilt, Pivot, Swivel) stand design that paves the way for perfect ergonomic positioning and a swivel capability for portrait mode viewing. It has equal bezel width across all sides, so that it delivers a seamless and improved multi-monitor setup, not to mention a brand new ThinkCentre Tiny Clamp Bracket solution that would allow one to enjoy a picture-perfect desktop environment. The ThinkVision monitors intend to deliver an unmatched visually-rich experience while satisfying the latest environmental and regulatory standards.

The new range will include in-plane switching 178/178 wide viewing angle models that comprise of T2424p, T2324p, T2224p, T2454p and T2224z VOIP monitors, where all of them will share the likes of USB 3.0 ports, HDMI 1.4 and DisplayPort 1.2. Pricing would begin from $219 onward, all the way to $449, depending on the model of your choice, as they are released later this month or in early April.

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