We gave you a quick look at Lenovo’s new displays, the ThinkVision Pro2840m and ThinkVision 28 when they were announced on Sunday, but today we had a chance to check them out live in Lenovo’s suite. First up, you’ll see the ThinkVision Pro2840m which is a 28-inch 4k monitor that will sell for $799. This monitor features a 3840x2160 resolution with 300-nit brightness and 5ms response time. It's also got integrated speakers with DisplayPort, mini DisplayPort, HDMI, and several USB ports and other connectivity.
Later in this video, you’ll see the ThinkVision 28 which is priced at $999. This is a unique product since it operates as both a monitor and an AIO system. This monitor also sports a 4K resolution as well as 10-point multitouch. As you can see in the video, there are multiple USB ports, three HDMI ports, a microSD slot, DisplayPort, Ethernet port, and more on the base. When disconnected from a PC, however, the monitor functions as an Android-based AIO system running Android 4.4 on a "next-gen NVIDIA Tegra" SoC, aka Tegra K1, though Lenovo won't confirm that. The display also has 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of onboard storage. Of course, you can also connect external storage via the USB ports. As you can see, the next-gen Tegra SoC has no trouble pushing the 4K resolution and apps scaled nicely.While at Lenovo’s suite, we also had a chance to see the new Miix tablets, 11-inch Yoga 2, Flex 14D and 15D, and the hot new ThinkPad X1 Carbon that has been updated with Haswell, a thinner, sleaker design and a top row of remappable function buttons.. Check out the high res beauty shots below...
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