We have the IFA 2022 fair and Lenovo has already shown several new monitors with short notice, which will go on sale at the turn of 2022 and 2023. Players will certainly be interested in the model Legion Y32p-30, which brings high resolution 4K (3840×2160 pixels) simultaneously at a high frequency of up to 144 Hz. It has a 31.5″ IPS panel, so the standard static contrast of 1000:1 is not surprising, however, what is very surprising is that it talks about an extremely short response time of 0.2ms MPRT (we would expect that from an OLED, but not from an IPS LCD). Maximum brightness is 350 nits, but in HDR mode it can handle 400 nits and thus meets the DisplayHDR 400 standard.
The manufacturer also says that it covers 99% of the sRGB color space. Today, it is not surprising that a place has also been found for ambient lighting using RGB LEDs. There is Eyesafe 2.0 eye protection that reduces the amount of blue light. We have both HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 1.4 ports, connection is also possible via USB-C DP-alt. The USB hub adds one USB-C 3.1 and two USB-A 3.1. The monitor also supports KVM Switch and PiP functions. Gamers will also find a 3.5mm jack, but there are no speakers. As for positionability, tilt from -5° to +22° is supported, +/-30° to the sides, height adjustment is possible in the 135mm range and there is also the option of mounting using VESA 100x100mm. It will go on sale in December for $749.99.
Other novelties are monitors in the Legion and ThinkVision series. We have, for example, the T32p-30, the wide-angle T34w-30, as well as the T24i-30, T32h-30 and S25e-30. The T32p-30 is, for example, a 31.5″ monitor with 4K resolution, but in this case it ends with a frequency of 60 Hz. But the interesting thing is, for example, the RJ-45 network connection. The ThinkVision T34w-30 has a 34″ display with an aspect ratio of 21 :9, with a resolution of 3440×1440 pixels and a frequency of 60 Hz. The S25e-30 only has a 24.5″ screen with Full HD resolution (1920×1080 pixels), 75Hz frequency and 250 nits brightness. Its response time is 4 ms in extreme mode, normally 6 ms or 14 ms. In addition to HDMI 1.4, here you’ll even find a VGA interface.
Source: Svět hardware by www.svethardware.cz.
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