Being such a large supplier of PCs means Lenovo also ships out a sizable number of monitors every year. Yet selling monitors hasn't historically been a market of interest for Lenovo. According to Cato, though, we can expect to see a new focus on expanding their presense in monitors.
"We found very early on when we make a big push on our [ThinkStation] products that many were being attached to a competitor's or third-party monitor solution," says Cato. "That's absolutely something we [want to correct]. We want our brand attached to our brand. You will see us being more agressive in the monitor market and ensuring that our desktops or laptops, when they go out into a customers hands are attached to our monitors."
If you're going to make a statement in monitors, it's hard to do much better than Lenovo's P44w curved multi-monitor in one. To put it simply, it's like having two 24-inch monitors wrap your field of vision in a blanket of visual happiness, but without all the extra bezels and cords. The resulting single 43.4-inch display offers an ultra-wide 32:10 aspect ratio with a resolution of 3840x1200, but still allows for multiple monitor configurations and display regions via software to keep the productivity scenarios where multiple monitors is beneficial. Dual integrated USB-C ports allow two video inputs that can simultaneously transfer data, video and audio signals as well as provide up to 90W charging power.
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