Lenovo has a new monitor that is not only affordable but has a nice addition that users will find very useful.
The Lenovo L24i-30 is a 23.8-inch WLED monitor with a tri-borderless design that Lenovo has dubbed 3-side NearEdgeless. The bottom bezel is pretty thick but it can be excused as that is where the buttons are placed.
Lenovo says the monitor is targeted at casual gamers and professionals alike, especially those working from home who want a monitor that serves both entertainment and work purposes.
Gamers will find the Lenovo L24i-30’s 75Hz refresh rate, the response time of 4ms, and support for AMD’s Freesync useful. Other specs are up to 250 nits of brightness, a 75% NTSC color gamut, and a TUV Rheinland Eye Comfort mode.
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Coming to the neat little addition, Lenovo has included a groove in the base that can hold your smartphone. This groove can be used by gamers who are following a walkthrough on the web or by professionals who want to use their phone for that video call while also getting some work done. Lenovo has also added a cable management design to keep the wires out of the way.
For ports, you get an HDMI port along with a VGA connector and a 3.5mm audio port. The monitor supports a VESA mount, can be tilted back to 22° and forward to 5°. Worried about power consumption, you don’t have to be as the maximum power consumption is just 23.5W.
The Lenovo L24i-30 is priced at €149 ($160) and will be available globally in March. if 24-inches is small for you, Lenovo also announced the L27e-30 which has a 27-inch screen as the name says and keeps the remaining features of the 24-inch model. Of course, it sells for higher at €169 ($190).
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