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Lenovo debuts six green LCD displays

Posted on Monday, September 22 2008 @ 08:05:35 CEST by


Lenovo unveiled six new LCD displays with a high energy-efficiency, for instance, the new Lenovo L2440x 24" LCD display features a LED backlight and uses only 29W. The firm says the new ThinkVision L1700p, L1940 Wide, L1940p Wide, L2240p Wide, L2440p Wide and L2440x Wide monitors use 30-60 percent less energy than previous ThinkVision models.
The new line-up includes the flagship ThinkVision L2440x Wide monitor, Lenovo’s first 24-inch, low-halogen display that provides up to 225 percent more work area than many ultraportable notebook screens[2]. Using highly efficient White LED backlight technology, the L2440x Wide requires only 29 watts of power to operate[3]. In addition to providing exceptional picture quality, the L2440x Wide is mercury and arsenic free for a safer computing experience in environments such as offices, stores, classrooms and homes.

Lenovo’s latest ThinkVision monitors boast new and enhanced features, such as:

  • A new display design on select models uses LCD light more efficiently, decreasing the number of light tubes in each monitor without impacting picture quality[4].
  • A new ergonomic stand is available on select models to provide customizable heights, pivot and swivel options with a stable base, so the monitors do not tip or shake and can comfortably fit in any work space. The new stand also provides an improved enclosure design that enables quick set-up and streamlined cable management[5].
  • New environmentally-responsible packaging for the ThinkVision L2240p Wide, L2440p Wide and L2440x Wide monitors consists of 65 percent recycled materials that are 100 percent recyclable.

    Lenovo’s new ThinkVision monitors offer contrast ratios of up to 1000:1, five millisecond response time and 1920x1200 resolution for an especially crisp image. Select models include four high-speed USB ports[6] and DisplayPort[7] for added flexibility.
  • The Lenovo ThinkVision L1700p monitor is available worldwide beginning September 19. The ThinkVision L1940 Wide monitor is available in European markets only beginning September 19. Additional models will be available worldwide beginning in October. Starting prices range from $239.99 for the ThinkVision L1700p to $749.99 for the ThinkVision L2440x Wide.


     



     

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