Global technology firm Lenovo will be offering in the Philippines some of its Eyesafe-certified monitors, ThinkVision T24i-2L and ThinkVisionT27h-2L, in a bid to aid students and workers who are now glued to their screens.
Online learning and remote work have been adapted to ensure continuity of school and businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic. One year into the global health crisis, organizations including schools have resorted to digital solutions to ensure that student’s life may be altered but not completely disrupted.
The newly launched ThinkVision T24i-2L and ThinkVision T27h-2L were designed with Natural Low Blue Light technology that comes with TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort and Eyesafe certification, ensuring they provide a more natural color experience compared with software-only solutions.
“As we become more and more connected to the digital world, Lenovo developed these Eyesafe-certified monitors to ensure that long screen times have minimal health repercussions,” said Michael Ngah, president and GM, Lenovo Philippines. “With the increased concerns about screen exposure, we have proactively developed products that feature the most advanced eye care technologies and maximize comfort through innovation.”
The ThinkVision monitors reduce harmful blue light without compromising optimal performance. Both Eyesafe monitors’ In-Plane Switching panel displays with ultra-thin Near Edgeless bezels deliver high-performance display solutions that guarantee color accuracy and eliminate yellow distortion.
The ThinkVision T24i-2L (P8,850 or around $183) is designed with a minimized square base, phone holder, and a flexible cable management system, allowing a comfortable work environment while helping users stay organized. With functionalities including lift, tilt, pivot, and swivel, the monitor allows users to adopt a posture that suits their needs and style for a more ergonomic work experience.
Its 24-inch FHD In-Plane Switching display gives a 1920×1080 screen resolution and 93 pixels per inch without distorting content when viewed from up to 178-degree angle from either side, maximizing screen usage. Accessories like speakers, external hard drive, or even an additional monitor may be easily connected with its flexible connectivity options featuring four USB 3.2 Gen1 downstream ports, VGA connector, and HDMI port, among others. With these features, constructing a multi-monitor setup is quick and simple for easy multitasking and improved productivity.
The ThinkVision T27h-2L (P15,499 or around $320), meanwhile, delivers a high-performance display solution with its 27-inch QHD In-Plane Switching panel that features 2560×1440 resolution, 99% sRGB color gamut,and 109 pixels per inch, offering greater details and making work on large spreadsheets easy and trouble-free.
Supported by a variety of connectivity options including four USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports, a USB hub, and an HDMI port, users are provided with seamless and effortless multitasking capabilities. The Eyesafe-certified monitor is also designed with USB Type-C one-cable solution that comes integrated with Smart Power for better connectivity and power efficiency. This smart solution covers power, data, video, and audio transfers from a single port.
Like the ThinkVision T24i-2L monitor, T27h-2L was also designed with lift, tilt, pivot, and swivel capabilities for easier collaboration and a more comfortable user experience. It also features a phone holder, minimized square base, flexible cable management system, and a VESA mount for a clutter-free desk area.
Both monitors come with a built-in combination clamp at the back that is compatible to mount the ThinkCentre Tiny and Nano, Lenovo’s compact yet full-featured desktops, empowering users to work with space-saving devices for a more organized workspace.
The Eyesafe industry-leading low blue light certification was based on comprehensive clinical health and safety research. It was developed with the Eyesafe Vision Health Advisory Board, a group of leading optometrists and ophthalmologists from across the globe.