Lenovo Made an Ultrawide Monitor for Getting Work Done

Lenovo just announced a bunch of new tech products ahead of CES 2023 in January.

Lenovo just announced a bunch of new tech products ahead of CES 2023 in January. Among them, we have the company’s first 49-inch 32:9 monitor, the ultrawide ThinkVision P49w-30.

The ThinkVision P49w-30 follows the trend of ultrawide 32:9 monitors that are increasingly becoming common in the gaming space, giving you a splendidly panoramic view of games and programs on your PC. Contrary to most 32:9 monitors, this one has more of a business focus. According to Lenovo, this monitor is geared towards the “knowledge worker whose work demands two or more PCs to perform different functions simultaneously.”

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With its business focus, this monitor lacks NVIDIA G-Sync and AMD FreeSync support, but it makes up for it with a 5120 x 1440 resolution and a 2000:1 contrast ratio. It also has a total of 13 ports, including two Thunderbolt 4 support, ensuring maximum support to whatever PC you’re using. Thanks to its aspect ratio, you can also use it as two separate 16:9 monitors thanks to eKVM. And if you need more than two monitors, it also supports daisy-chaining up to two QHD monitors more with Thunderbolt 4-out connectivity.

It’s a great option if your workflow requires two monitors or one large, wide monitor. You’ll be able to get it starting at $1,700 — it won’t come cheap, but it’s up to you to decide if the features themselves make it a worthy option.

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