Lenovo unveiled two mini-LED displays, ThinkVision P27pz-30 (27 inches) and P32pz-30 (31.5 inches) mini-LED IPS 4K (3840 x 2160) displays with 1,152 dimming zones for dynamic local dimming.
The devices have two HDMI 2.1, one DisplayPort 1.4, four USB-A 3.2, two USB-C 3.2 (one upstream, one 15W max), and an RJ45 Ethernet port.
Both monitors will support 99% DCI-P3, 100% sRGB, HDR10, and HLG.
The monitors support a USB4 interface that is OS-independent, supports up to 40Gbps of data, and supports daisy-chaining up to two UHD monitors at the same time.
The maximum brightness is 1,200 nits, with an average brightness of 600 nits, and mini-LED monitors should be able to perform in DR thanks to their brightness.
The T27hv-30, T24mv-30, and T24v-30 ThinkVision VoIP monitors, which include integrated cameras, controllers, sensors, and speakers for streamlined virtual conference experiences.
It has two modes of operation: single display and split-screen mode, which functions similarly to dual monitors.
The ThinkVision P32pz-30 will cost $1,600 in August 2023.
P27pz-30 pricing for North America will be announced later.
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