Lenovohas introduced a new display, the ThinkVision X24. This particular monitor features a 23.8-inch IPS panel and boasts Full HD resolution, something complemented by a wide viewing angle of 178-degrees and a variety of the most commonly used ports. The design itself has also received some attention, as well, with the most notable aspects including the near complete lack of a bezel and the use of what Lenovo calls a "unique" pre-coated metal surface tech for improved looks.
The ThinkVision X24 display features a 1920 x 1080p resolution IPS display with both HDMI and DisplayPort connectivity. The design is ultra-slim, measuring in at 7.5mm in the profile, something complemented by the borderless and ultra-light frame.
Says Lenovo, the X24 is the first monitor featuring a Neo-Blade panel and the use of PCM. The traditional rear cover typically used with monitors has been eschewed in favor of that aforementioned pre-coated metal tech (PCM). As far as more detailed specs go, the ThinkVision boasts a 16:9 aspect ratio, 1000:1 contrast ratio, and 3M:1 dynamic constrast ratio.
The response time comes in at 7ms, while brightness sits at 250 cd/m2. The overall weight is moderate at 3.5kg, and the stand can be tilted. The price sits at $249 USD with shipping slated to start this upcoming May. Be sure to check out ourLenovo portalfor more products, and hit up theCES 2015hub for live coverage!