Lenovo has announced three new Thinkvision monitor models in the country, each with a distinguishing feature to boot.
The three new Lenovo displays — the 21.5-inch ThinkVision S22e, the 23.8-inch ThinkVision S24e, and the 14-inch ThinkVision M14 — comprise of features that give a huge boost to the workforce. These include better visual quality, larger workspace, more seamless integration with other devices, and adequate eye safety needed for long work sessions.
Both the S22e and S24e offer a full-HD display and a 178°/178° viewing angle, ensuring best-in-class viewing experience without color distortion. They also contain a near-edgeless panel, allowing more space for users to work on. Both offer VGA and HDMI ports,as well as a quick-release tilt stand and VESA mount for better viewing.
The difference between the two: built-in Freesync technology. The ThinkVision S24e has FreeSync technology that minimizes motion blur and prevents screen tearing.
Meanwhile, the M14 is an unorthodox-styled monitor that offers a whole back stand, while offering a tilt angle of -5° to 90° for interactivity. It features two USB Type-C ports on either side to connect to other devices.
These ports can also act as a power source through its “power pass-through” design that allows other connected devices to fill up their batteries while they’re connected to the monitor itself. The M14 is also light — it only weighs 1.3 pounds.
All of these laptops are integrated with blue light technology to prevent eye strain while doing work at night or in low-light conditions.
The Lenovo ThinkVision S22e is now available for Php5,800, while the ThinkVision S24e and ThinkVision M14 are priced at Php7,100 and Php13,900, respectively. All three monitors are available in Lenovo stores, as well as authorized resellers in the Philippines.