Loads of screens today nonetheless use DisplayPort and HDMI connections. Nonetheless, in the event you’re out there for a show that makes use of Thunderbolt, you then is perhaps to study that Lenovo has just lately introduced its new ThinkVision P40w-20 monitor that comes with Thunderbolt four connectivity.
For these unfamiliar, Thunderbolt is the successor to Thunderbolt three and comes with some new specs and options. It’s going to retain the identical 40Gb/s speeds as its successor, however it’ll now assist longer cables of as much as 2m in size. It’s going to even be able to supporting two 4K shows as an alternative of 1 (or a single 8K show). It’s going to additionally assist speeds of as much as 32Gb/s with regards to PCIe connections, doubling that of Thunderbolt three.
As for the specs of the show, it’s a huge show measuring 39.7-inches with a 21:9 side ratio and supporting a decision of 5120×2160 with a curvature of 2500R. There’s built-in Pure Low Blue Gentle expertise and TÜV Rheinland Eyesafe Show Certification to assist scale back eye fatigue. It additionally comes with a whopping 12 ports so you must be capable to join quite a lot of peripherals to it.
Given its specs and dimension, it’s not an affordable monitor and is priced at $1,700 and shall be obtainable for buy this June.
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