Lenovo Legion Y32p-30 and Lenovo ThinkVision T32p-30, T34w-30, S25e-30, T24i-30, and T32h-30 go official

1 September 2022, 02:57:35

Lenovo Legion Y32p-30 and Lenovo ThinkVision T32p-30, T34w-30, S25e-30, T24i-30, and T32h-30 go officialToday, Lenovo announced a range of desktop monitors including the Lenovo Legion Y32p-30 gaming monitor and the next generation of ThinkVision commercial monitors - ThinkVision T32p-30, ThinkVision T34w-30, ThinkVision T24i-30, ThinkVision T32h-30, and ThinkVision S25e-30.

The Lenovo Legion Y32p-30 gaming monitor features a 31.5-inch 4K display with a 144Hz refresh rate and a 0.2 ms response time and offers razor-sharp, blur-free visuals, rendering each frame near-instantly so that users can keep up with the action. Gamers, graphic designers, and content creators alike will delight in the breathtaking 4K visuals and rich colors emanating from the near-edgeless panel, resting easier knowing they have Eyesafe Certified 2.0 blue light protection. As day turns to night – and vice versa – an auto-ambient brightness sensor adjusts the screen for optimized viewing. Adding to the immersive experience, the monitor can be set to emit smart RGB lighting from underneath the front bezel, dynamically pulsing through colors in step with the on-screen action in real time, creating a true gaming atmosphere right at home.

For the ultimate multi-tasker, multiple ports, including an HDMI hookup, and the USB-C® docking solution allow users to easily connect, charge, and transfer data between laptop computers, mobile devices, and gaming consoles. Easily jump from one device to the next by simply pressing the KVM switch, while the Picture in Picture (PIP) and Picture by Picture (PBP) functions place content from the separate devices side-by-side so users can get more done.

The overall PC experience can be personalized even further through optional, downloadable Lenovo software offerings, including Lenovo Artery which allows users to customize display settings for a more optimized experience, and Lenovo Legion Arena which consolidates all of a user’s games across platforms into a central library for a quick and easy launch.

Adding to its comprehensive collection of display options, Lenovo introduced a range of next-generation monitors within its ThinkVision S- and T-series portfolios: the ThinkVision T32p-30, T34w-30, S25e-30, T24i-30, and T32h-30 monitors. Designed to support knowledge workers across industries with a spectrum of features made to maximize both productivity and comfort, these monitors are primed to address today’s modern working needs while offering users a buffet of options to choose from, based on their specific needs.

When a large display option is desired, the new Lenovo ThinkVision T32p-30 offers a vast 31.5-inch 4K UHD resolution display with In-Plane Switching (IPS) for optimized viewing from any angle. Delivering incredibly sharp image quality backed by a 99% sRGB color gamut, high contrast ratio, and 350 nits of brightness, users will have the picture clarity they need to handle data-heavy work, making viewing large spreadsheets, image-loaded dashboards, and content editing a breeze. With a three-sided borderless design, this wide, flat monitor makes it easy to switch between multiple documents and offers a seamless, more productive viewing experience in a multi-screen setup. For those who prefer to see even more with each glance, the Lenovo ThinkVision T34w-30 is a 34-inch WQHD curved display with a 21:9 aspect ratio and 1500R curvature, delivering a panoramic experience with consistent focal length across the screen.

Productivity-driving features are abundant across these next-generation monitors. For enhanced efficiency, both monitors offer a single USB Type-C cable solution that serves as a fast charger while also freeing up the remaining ports – including HDMI, DP, and Ethernet – for other accessories and interfaces. Additionally, the dedicated USB Type-A port on the top of the monitor accommodates the ThinkVision VoIP Modular Stack that was announced in January 2022, enabling a cableless webcam and/or soundbar connection5 for a seamless web conferencing experience at home or in the office. To reduce tech clutter and preserve a cleaner desk, both monitors feature an open-slot phone or tablet holder, a hollow shaft for clean cable management, and VESA mount compatibility with a quick-release function for easy dismounting.

Targeting the small to mid-sized business (SMB) user, the ThinkVision S25e-30 monitor combines performance, comfort, and value in a larger6 24.5-inch FHD display with a 1920×1080 resolution, 99% sRGB color gamut, and 75Hz refresh rate for fluid browsing. Its three-side, near-edgeless design and multiple connectivity options via VGA, HDMI 1.4, and 3.5 mm audio out ports enable the ThinkVision S25e-30 to quickly connect to external devices, including multiple screens for added productivity.

Featuring elements of the same design updates as the other new monitors announced today, the new ThinkVision T24i-30 and Lenovo ThinkVision T32h-30 round out this comprehensive portfolio of new displays. Accommodating multiple connected devices and accessories, the next-generation ThinkVision T24i-30 is a 23.8-inch FHD display with IPS for wide viewing, also offering extensive connectivity options, including VGA, HDMI, DP and a four-port USB hub. Great for day-to-day work, the ThinkVision T32h-30 is a 31.5-inch QHD display with an RJ45 ethernet port for better network security, and a USB-C monitor docking solution, offering efficient connectivity via a single cord.

From eye health and ergonomics to the use of responsible packaging, the recent updates made to these monitors highlight Lenovo's attention to purposeful design both for people and the planet. Each is built with 85% post-consumer recycled content (PCC) ABS in the bezel, back cover, stand, and base cover, and is shipped with packaging designed to help support the environment. To address increased screen time, natural low blue light technology is built in, helping to prevent eye fatigue by reducing harmful blue light emissions without compromising on color.

New to this generation of monitors resulting from customer feedback is a joystick navigation button accessibly positioned on the lower backside of the monitor, allowing users to easily configure their display settings from a single source without having to use multiple buttons. Each monitor also features stands that easily tilt forward and back so users can select their ideal viewing angle. However, the new ThinkVision T-series monitors and Lenovo Legion Y32p-30 include ergonomically advanced stands that also swivel, pivot, and lift up and down, offering users the flexibility to adjust it to their most comfortable working posture.

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