Global technology company Lenovo introduces the newest models from its ThinkVision line of displays built to boost productivity in the workplace, particularly for small and medium businesses.
The three new Lenovo displays — ThinkVision S22e (21.5 inches), ThinkVision S24e (23.8 inches), and ThinkVision M14 (14 inches) — offers “excellent” visual quality for graphics-heavy projects, a larger workspace, seamless integration with other devices, and adequate eye safety needed for long work sessions.
“Displays are critical in presenting vital information and data that help businesses grow,” said Michael Ngan, general manager, Lenovo Philippines.
“Be it for monitoring and tracking numbers in real-time or reaching out to potential customers, our new ThinkVision monitors deliver optimum performance with new features that enhance clarity, connectivity, and portability,”
– Michael Ngan, general manager, Lenovo Philippines
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The ThinkVision S22e and ThinkVision S24e have a full-HD display with 1920 x 1080 resolution and a 178°/178° viewing angle, which ensures no color distortion. These models also contain a near-edgeless panel, allowing more space for users to work on. ThinkVision S24e has FreeSync technology that minimizes motion blur and prevents screen tearing. The sharper resolution and bigger displays of the ThinkVision monitors are useful for data collectors and graphic artists who require precise and razor-sharp quality in their profession.
The screen of the portable ThinkVision M14, on the other hand, has a tilt angle of -5° to 90° for interactivity. When it is used as an extension of the workplace, users can easily compare content between the monitor and other devices with its ergonomic height adjustable foot, which has a tilt angle of 0°-90°.
ThinkVision S22e and S24e’s displays have VGA and HDMI ports, which allow connection to other devices. Both have a quick-release tilt stand and VESA mount, allowing users to position the monitor in a way that is most comfortable for them.
ThinkVision M14 has two USB Type-C ports on either side, which allows it to easily connect to other devices, smartphones included. The ports can also act as a power source through its “power pass-through” design that allows them to charge connected devices while simultaneously powering the monitor. This can be helpful during long meetings and presentations for laptops that may need more power but are unable to be charged. Also, it is only 1.3lbs which makes the ThinkVision M14 the perfect accessory for mobile professionals.
Blue light technology
For eye comfort, the three ThinkVision displays are all integrated with blue light technology to prevent eye strain while doing work at night or in low-light conditions. This assures users of vibrant colors on a bright screen in relative comfort for long periods.
Graphics-dependent industries like design, animation, video production, and even surveillance stand to benefit from these screens.
The ThinkVision S22e is available for P5,800 (around $114), while the ThinkVision S24e and ThinkVision M14 are priced at P7,100 (around $139) and P13,900 (around $273), respectively. All three monitors are available at Lenovo authorized resellers in the Philippines.
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