Lenovo recently updated the ThinkPad devices and along with that, the Chinese company also launched a new monitor under — Lenovo ThinkVision P40W. It is a premium monitor with some attractive features and a hefty price tag.
It offers a 39.7-inch display with 5120 x 2160 WUHD screen resolution, a 21:9 aspect ratio, 70Hz refresh rate, and 98% P3 color gamut. It also comes with support for 300 nits brightness and 1000:1 Contrast IPS.
There is also a hardware-level blue light reduction which helps to keep the proper white balance while still reducing blue light emissions. It has built-in RJ-45 jack which enable it to be a network hub and supports Wake-On-LAN, PXE, and MAC pass-through.
Lenovo has also became the first manufacturer to retail a professional monitor with Intel Active Management Technology built-in to integrate with vPro on ThinkPads and provide extra management capabilities.
The ThinkVision P40W can also be used to dock laptops with the single-cable Thunderbolt 4 port that can also charge the laptop at up to 100 Watts. The device comes with up to 12 ports, including two Thunderbolt 4 ports, and one USB Type-C
The company has also included eKVM, which allows users to control two devices from this single monitor and dock combination. The extra Thunderbolt 4 port also allows users to daisy-chain another 5K monitor
This new Lenovo ThinkVision P40W premium monitor will be available for purchase in the United States from June this year, for a starting price of $1,699.
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