CES 2015: Lenovo Shows Off New 24" ThinkVision Display

Subject: Displays | January 4, 2015 - 10:00 PM |
Tagged: thinkvision, thin bezel, PCM, neo-blade ips, Lenovo, ips, ces 2015

Today at the Consumer Electronics Show, Lenovo announced updates and new additions to its Think-branded products aimed at business customers. New ThinkPad PCs, ThinkVision displays, and stackable ThinkPad accessories are launching early this year. 

ThinkVision X24

Lenovo is also expanding its line of professional displays with the ThinkVision X24. This monitor is a slim full HD display with a thin bezel aimed at business users desiring single or dual monitor setups. The ThinkVision X24 is a 23.6" Neo-Blade IPS panel with a resolution of 1920x1080. Lenovo used pre-coated metal (PCM) for the rear panel to get the monitor to as thin as 7.5mm. The chrome stand supports tilt adjustments but not swivel or height.


The ThinkVision X24 supports HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, 7ms response time, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 250cd/m^2 brightness, and 178-degree viewing angles. The left and right bezels are extremely thin to allow for favorable dual monitor setups. The ThinkVision X24 provides a new budget option ($249) for the ThinkVision family.

The ThinkVision X24 will be available in April starting at $249.

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Source: Lenovo

ASUS Announces PB287Q 28" 4K gaming monitor

Subject: Displays | January 6, 2014 - 01:34 PM |
Tagged: thin bezel, SWIFT PG278Q, g-sync, ASUS ROG, asus, 1440p




"The PB287Q is a brand-new 28” 4K/UHD monitor from ASUS. With a native resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, PB287Q displays four times (4X) as many pixels as existing the Full HD standard - that’s over 8-million pixels for truly astonishing detail. The ASUS PB287Q is also easy on the eyes for both graphics and text with impressive scrolling and 1ms response times.
ASUS has added some exclusive technologies to PB287Q, including updating Splendid Plus to eliminate only the blue component of light from the panel backlight. This reduces eyestrain and ASUS Flicker-free technology ensures razor-sharp and stable images at all times.
PB287Q features extensive connectivity, including HDMI and HDMI/MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) connectors and native DisplayPort for true 4K/UHD content support. The new display also has an attractive ergonomic design with a slim profile and a full range of swivel, tilt, pivot and height adjustments to guarantee viewer comfort."

  • DISPLAY 28-inch Wide Screen(16:9)

  • TRUE RESOLUTION 4K UHD 3840 x 2160

  • BRIGHTNESS (MAX.) 350 cd/m²


  • CONNECTIVITY DisplayPort 1.2 x 1; HDMI x 1; HDMI/MHL x 1;Earphone Jack


  • FEATURES SplendidPlus™ Video

    • Intelligence Technology, Flicker-free Technology, Picture-in-Picture,

  • MECHANICAL DESIGN Swivel, Tilt, Pivot, Height Adjustment, VESA Wall-mountable

  • Availability – Q2, MSRP - $799.

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Could it be an actual thin bezeled LCD?!?

Subject: Displays | January 25, 2013 - 03:09 PM |
Tagged: asus, VN247H, thin bezel, TN Dis

To start off with the bad news, it is a TN panel, but sacrifices are acceptable for a 9mm bezel!  The ASUS VN247H does indeed have a very thin bezel and a screen without dead space, this is truly like the monitors we were promised ages ago when multi-screen gaming first became possible.  The 24" 1920 x 1080 monitor will set you back about $190 each, which is really not a bad price for a niche product and makes buying several a little more affordable.  Kitguru had a chance to try out this monitor with its rear mounted controls, check it out.


"Today we are looking at the latest VN247H from ASUS. This monitor will stand out in the crowd due to the super narrow bezel which measures less than 1 centimeter. The VN247H is VESA wall mount compatible and has a scratch proof rear panel for ultimate durability. Should this be next on your shortlist in 2013?"

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Source: Kitguru