Lenovo to release 30-inch ThinkVision LT3053p professional monitor

The Chinese tech giant Lenovo will soon release a new 30-inch professional monitor known as ThinkVision LT3053p. The novelty packs high quality components and stunning visual quality and targets hardcore gamers and professionals who work with graphics, videos and animations.

The high-end ThinkVision LT3053p is based on an AH-IPS LED panel, fully supports WQXGA and works at 2560 x 1600. The monitor needs 6 ms to respond and offers 300 cd/m2 of brightness, a static contrast ratio of 1000:1 and dynamic contrast ratio of 3 000 000:1 as well as 178-degree viewing angles. In addition to offering 99% of Adobe RGB gamut the monitor also has a 5-port USB hub, D-Sub, Dual-Link DVI-D, HDMI 1.4 and DisplayPort outputs as well as a stand that allows the monitor to be tilted 90 degrees in order for it to work in portrait mode.

An unusual feature of the new Lenovo ThinkVision LT3053p is that it comes with a specially designed black frame that protects the screen from direct sunlight.

The Lenovo ThinkVision LT3053p will become available at the end of the month – it can be yours for USD 1600.


Source: Lenovo

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