- It is a premium monitor.
- The device comes with Intel AMT support.
- It features a 39.7-inch display.
Lenovo has launched its new product in the market of China and that is a monitor which is dubbed as Lenovo ThinkVision P40W. It is coming with a curve design and offers a massive 39.7 inch display. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out the complete specifications along with the pricing and availability information.
Everything about Lenovo ThinkVision P40W
The monitor features a 39.7-inch WUHD display with 5120 x 2160 pixels resolution, along with a 21:9 aspect ratio, 70Hz refresh rate, and 98% P3 colour gamut. The device also sports 300 nits brightness and 1000:1 Contrast IPS.
It is also coming with a hardware-level blue light reduction and the same also features built-in RJ-45 jack which enables the device to be a network hub and supports Wake-On-LAN, PXE, and MAC pass-through.
It is also coming with the Intel Active Management Technology and the Chinese electronics giant become the first brand to retail a professional monitor.
The latest Lenovo ThinkVision P40W can also be used to dock laptops with the single-cable Thunderbolt 4 port and the device will enable users to charge the laptop at up to 100 Watts. Lenovo has launched the monitor with up to 12 ports, including two Thunderbolt 4 ports, and one USB Type-C.
It is also coming with eKVM, and this will enable users to control two devices from this single monitor and dock combination.
Regarding the pricing and availability, the latest Lenovo ThinkVision P40W will be available in the United States from June this year, for a starting price of $1,699.
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