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Lenovo Launches 22-inch WUXGA ThinkVision L220x

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  1. malware New Member

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    Lenovo launched today what it claims to be the industry's first 22-inch widescreen WUXGA (Widescreen Ultra eXtended Graphics Array) monitor with 1920 x 1200 resolution. Aside from its unique resolution, the Lenovo ThinkVision L220x features an integrated USB hub, HDCP support, VGA / DVI inputs, 6ms (GtG) response time, 300 cd/m2 brightness, 178-degree viewing angles, and a 1000:1 contrast ratio. The ThinkVision will start at around $550 when it launches in November 2007.

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    Features
    • 22 inches wide Full HD
    • 1920x1200 Resolution
    • 103 dpi (dots per inch)
    • 92% color gamut
    • USB Hub (1 in, 4 out)
    • Autorotation with Pivot
    • Soft-OSM
    • 16:10 Aspect Ratio
    • Analog input (VGA) & Digital Input (DVI-D)
    • HDCP Support

    Screen Performance
    • WUXGA
    • Recommend Resolution: 1920×1200@60Hz
    • Response time: 6 ms (G to G)
    • Brightness: 300 cd/m2
    • Viewing Angle: 178°/ 178°(H/V, @10:1 CR)
    • Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 (typical)

    Design
    • Stand tilt/swivel/lift/pivot
    • 100mm VESA mount
    • Best engineer cable management
    • lift range:610mm-760mm
    • Interface cable length (Analog): 3M
    • Interface cable length (Digital): 3M
    • USB Cable length: 3M
    • Power cable length:3M
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  2. Random Murderer

    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    $550 and no hdmi?
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    Wile E Power User

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    No, but it is HDCP, at least.



    This looks very interesting to me. At that res @ 22", it has to have a killer pixel pitch. Judging by the specs, it isn't a Tn-Film panel either. I wonder what the street price will end up being?
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    Its almost a clone of what Dell has out.
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    No, because the Dell 22" is 1680x1050 and is a Tn-Film panel. This is 1920x1200 and either a S-IPS or M-PVA panel, judging from the specs, thus the price premium.

    The panel type is an educated guess on my part, btw, so I could be wrong. Dithering will let a TN-Film panel achieve a 92% color gamut, but I've never seen a Tn-Film panel with viewing angles that high.
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    I wounder who IBM is OEMing these panels from...
  7. Dan FX New Member

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    Not the first

    EIZO make a 22inch monitor called the "CG221" it's in their coloredge range of monitors, and has a 1920 by 1200 native resolution, 400:1 contrast ratio, 200 cd/m brightness, 170 agreed viewing angle, and can be bought in Austarlia for around $7500.00 dollars

    Its pixel pitch is 0.249, response time is 30 milli-seconds

    It's probably the best monitor for Photoshop, but not real great for video, and gaming.

    Cheers, Dan

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