Lenovo Unveils New ThinkVision X24 LCD: 4-mm Thick, Ultra-Thin Bezels, FHD, IPS

Saturday, January 6th, 2018 - Displays, Teknologi

Lenovo Unveils New ThinkVision X24 LCD: 4-mm Thick, Ultra-Thin Bezels, FHD, IPS

Ahead of next week's CES show, Lenovo this morning is taking the wraps off of one of their thinnest and lightest 23.8” FHD displays to date, the Lenovo ThinkVision X24. The ThinkVision X24 is aimed primarily at business users as it has a rather strict yet elegant design and an antiglare coating, while the technical specifications of the display itself are rather typical for a budget monitor. That said,  the monitor comes with a panel capable of representing 96% of the sRGB spectrum, which is a wider gamut than what we usually see for a low-priced ultra-thin model.

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The main selling points of the new Lenovo ThinkVision X24 are its compact design as well as ultra-thin bezels. The display itself is just 4 mm thick at its narrowest points, but due to integrated connectivity hub and other electronic components, its lower/bottom part is considerably thicker. The previous-generation ThinkVision X24 was 7.5 mm thick at its narrowest, so the new model should look a bit sleeker. When it comes to bezels, Lenovo advertises them at 1.1 mm, but what it means are essentially plastic sides of the chassis. The actual bezels (frames) of the panel are wider, but they are still very thin when compared to mainstream monitors.

Moving on to general specs. The Lenovo ThinkVision X24 uses a 23.8” IPS panel with a 1920×1080 resolution, a 250 nits brightness, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, and 178°/178° viewing angles. The monitor can display 96% of the sRGB color gamut, which is rather good for an ultra-thin model. The new ThinkVision X24 also cuts down its minimal response time in fast mode down to 4 ms, which is not going to impress gamers, but it is good enough for a business monitor.

As for connectivity, everything looks pretty standard here: a DisplayPort 1.2, an HDMI 1.4 input as well as a 3.5-mm audio jack output. The display lacks USB Type-C connectivity or a built-in USB hub, so it is not going to provide a maximum comfort for owners of the latest ultra-thin laptops with the aforementioned ports by offering them one-cable-for-everything connectivity. Speaking of comfort, the adjustment buttons of the display are now located on the front panel, making it easier to fine-tune it. As for ergonomics, the 2018 ThinkVision X24 features a stand that can adjust tilt, but not height, swivel or pivot. Meanwhile, since the stand can be detached, Lenovo might offer a special VESA mount for those who need to use multiple X24s and adjust everything they need.

Specifications of Lenovo's 2018 ThinkVision X24 Display
 ThinkVision X24 2018
Panel23.8" IPS
Native Resolution1920 × 1080
Maximum Refresh Rate60 Hz
Response Time (Grey-to-Grey)4 ms in fastest mode
6ms in fast mode
14 ms in normal mode
Brightness250 cd/m²
Contrast1000:1
Viewing Angles178°/178° horizontal/vertical
Pixel Pitch0.2744 × 0.2744 mm
PPI92
Color Gamut99% sRGB
Inputs1 × HDMI
1 × DisplayPort
Audio3.5-mm headphone jack
ColorBlack and grey
Power ConsumptionStandbyunknown
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Lenovo plans to start selling the new ThinkVision X24 in the USA in January. The new unit will cost $249 in retail.

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