Alongside a refresh of its long-running ThinkPad line, Lenovo announced a pair of new displays ahead of CES 2017. The ThinkVision P27h and P24h join the growing market of USB Type-C connected displays and offer super-narrow bezels around IPS panels. The monitor's USB Type-C port is the star of the show, since it has support for USB Power Delivery and is able to juice up connected devices in addition to carrying a video signal.
The P24h clocks in at 23.8" and the P27h has a 27" diagonal. Both monitors pack a 2560x1440 IPS panel with a 6-ms response time. Lenovo says the displays are capable of covering over 99% of the sRGB color space, too. Tom's Hardware notes that both monitors offer up 2 HDMI inputs and 2 DisplayPorts alongside the USB Type-C port. The display also packs a 4-port USB hub. Lenovo hasn't revealed which iteration of USB the hub uses, but we'd venture a guess at it being USB 3.0.
Both displays are set to release in April 2017, with pricing for the P27h set for $329 and the P24h going for $259.
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