[CES 2018] Many companies are expected to unveil new display technology at CES 2018, with some possibly unveiling behemoth-sized television sets, while others might have something a little more reasonable. Now if you’re not shopping about for a TV and just want a display for your computer, then Lenovo might have something for you.


The company has recently taken the wraps off two new displays for computers in the form of the ThinkVision P32u and the X24. With the P32u, this is the higher-end of the two models and features a 32-inch display that has extremely thin bezels, giving off the illusion that this is 100% display.

It also comes with UHD 4K display and features Thunderbolt 3 In and Out ports so that you could in theory daisy-chain several of these displays together if you were so inclined, or more importantly if you think that your computer could support multiple 4K displays at once. As for the X24, it is no slouch either with a Full HD in-plane switching display, a 96% sRGB color gamut, and according to Lenovo, measures 4mm thin with 1.1mm bezels.

As for pricing, the Lenovo ThinkVision P32u is priced at $1,349 and will be available in March 2018, while the ThinkVision X24 will be available in January 2018 priced at $249.

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