Sunday, January 5th 2014

Lenovo Unveils ThinkVision Pro2840m 28-inch Ultra HD Touch Monitor

PC computing leader Lenovo today, at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show, announced additions to its visuals product portfolio with the ThinkVision Pro2840m, one of the best value 28-inch, feature-packed 4K professional displays and the ThinkVision 28, a smarter display that is not only an ultra-high definition monitor but also is an Android-enabled entertainment center.

"Lenovo is set to establish itself as a leading provider of premium display products with two new world class monitors that set the bar for UltraHD performance and great value," said Victor Rios, vice president and general manager, Think Desktop, Workstation and Visuals, Lenovo. "The ThinkVision Pro2840m is a must have display for professionals looking for ultra-high resolutions and the ThinkVision 28 defines an emerging category of premium monitors with a smart element for ultimate flexibility for tech savvy customers."

World Class 4K Display Performance
Designed with CAD/CAM, data analysis or purely for high definition entertainment, the ThinkVision Pro2840m is a feature-packed 28-inch UltraHD premium display for the discerning professional who requires an uncompromised visual experience. With a 3840x2160 panel, the latest premium ThinkVision monitor reproduces a stunning image that is vibrant, sharp and detailed, and color reproduction is second to none.

Users will enjoy the clean and ergonomic infinity glass design featuring touch sensitive buttons and dual speakers and the monitor is mounted on a full function stand that allows tilt, swivel and rotate for maximum productivity. An array of ports complete the picture for connection to multiple external devices.

ThinkVision Pro2840m is a must-have display for professionals wanting the latest 4K technology at an incredibly affordable price backed by a three-year warranty.

4K Smart Display for Serious Work and All-out Fun
Lenovo's commitment to PC plus innovation is unrelenting and the introduction of a new smart display is no exception. Ideal for home office use with its stunning infinity glass design, the new ThinkVision 28 is a game-changing 28-inch ultra-high resolution monitor featuring a 3840x2160 panel that offers a wide range of connectivity options delivering maximum productivity for tech savvies.

The ThinkVision 28 is more than just for work. At the touch of a button, the ThinkVision 28 transforms into a true entertainment hub. On-demand content is streamed seamlessly through the familiar Android interface thanks to NVIDIA Tegra-powered technology and ten point multi-touch ensures a fully interactive experience for all the family.

With its groundbreaking design and full entertainment features, the ThinkVision 28 not only offers a stunning viewing experience, but revolutionizes the concept of visuals technology by combining an ultra-high resolution display with powerful system on a chip (SOC) technology.

Pricing and Availability
The ThinkVision Pro2840m will be available from April 2014 and is expected to start at $799.

The ThinkVision 28 smart display will be available in selected markets from July 2014 and is expected to start at approximately $1199.
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5 Comments on Lenovo Unveils ThinkVision Pro2840m 28-inch Ultra HD Touch Monitor

#1
1c3d0g
A 28", 4K LED monitor for $800? Sign me up! This is an awesome deal, Lenovo. And word on the street is that Dell has something similar coming soon as well... :D
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#2
Wile E
Power User
Sign me up for the smart display. I need to hit the lotto.
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#3
lemonadesoda
At last!!!! GREAT NEWS! 4K display at 30" or less, at $1000 or less. I'm in.:)
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#4
BiggieShady
Wait, nobody cares about screen refresh frequency and/or LCD matrix type? Whenever that info is omitted I suspect the worst - 30Hz TFT
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Wile E
Power User
by: BiggieShady
Wait, nobody cares about screen refresh frequency and/or LCD matrix type? Whenever that info is omitted I suspect the worst - 30Hz TFT
Didn't even realize that anybody was making them in Tn. Change my decision to "wait until I know what it is". Don't care about response rates though.
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