At IFA 2022, Lenovo will present itself in a surprisingly broad range. The company presented several new notebooks such as the powerful ThinkBook 16p Gen3 at the consumer electronics show. However, the Chinese tech expert was also busy in the field of monitors. Thus, we were presented with three new models from the Lenovo ThinkVision range at once.
Three new additions to the Lenovo ThinkVision series
Lenovo has already proven that it can produce powerful gaming monitors with its models from the Legion series. Just a few days ago, they presented the Lenovo Legion Y32p-30, a new 4K gaming monitor. But the manufacturer also has enterprise customers in its sights. Thus, they presented three new devices from the Lenovo ThinkVision series just in time for IFA 2022. In addition to two monitors with a conventional design, there is also a model with a curved panel.
ThinkVision S25e-30: The low-priced entry
The entry-level model of the new Lenovo ThinkVision series is probably the ThinkVision S25e-30. It has a screen diagonal of 24.5 inches and a resolution of Full HD. A WLED backlight is supposed to bring the panel to brightness values of 250 cd/m². Similar standard rates are available for the refresh rate. This is supposed to be 75 Hz.
So that you can adjust the monitor to your own needs, Lenovo promises adjustment options. You should be able to tilt it up and down. The Chinese manufacturer provides connection options with VGA and HDMI 1.4. VESA on the back of the S25e-30 should also enable mounting on the wall or a monitor arm.
ThinkVision T32p-30: Significantly better equipment
If you want more than solid standard, then you should probably look more in the direction of the Lenovo ThinkVision T32p-30. This 32-inch monitor offers a screen diagonal of 31.5 inches and resolves with 3,840 x 2,160 pixels. With 350 cd/m², it is not only larger, but also significantly brighter than its sibling. The refresh rate is a bit slower at 60 Hz.
Other than that, though, this model is much better equipped than the S25e-30, so you can probably not only tilt the T32p-30, but also adjust its height and rotate it left and right. On top of that, the popular pivot mode is supposed to be possible. Diversity is also offered in terms of connections. In addition to LAN, DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0 and USB-C, it also offers a practical hub with a total of four USB ports.
ThinkVision T34w-30: Curved design for more immersion
The new top model for business users is probably the T34w-30. This one is almost identical to the T32p-30 in terms of technical features, but offers a curved panel. This means that both the brightness values and the screen resolution are identical in both devices. However, Lenovo relies on 34 inches and a 21:9 format here.
However, Lenovo promises better ergonomics with the 1,500R curved monitor. Thus, you should be able to adjust its height and tilt again, but also turn it to the left and right. Lenovo probably bases the more ergonomics on the curved design. After all, experience has shown that this provides a better overview.
Price and availability
The three new monitors are scheduled to go on sale in spring 2023. The manufacturer wants to charge an attractive MSRP of 169 euros for the rather mau equipped Lenovo ThinkVision S25e-30. The much more powerful ThinkVision T32p-30 is supposed to be launched at a RRP of 669 Euros. On the other hand, Lenovo wants to charge an RRP of 699 Euros for the new ThinkVision T34w-30 in a chic curved design.