18 January 2019
The biggest tech show of the year CES started with announcements of tons of new products ranging from headphones, notebooks, 2-in-1 laptops and much more. From past few years we are seeing gigantic curved displays from LG, Samsung, and Philips with 49-inches screen but this year at the CES show, the Chinese giant Lenovo took the stage to announce two new gigantic monitors. Both the monitors have curved display of 43.4-inches.
The ThinkVision P44W is aimed to attract buyers looking giant display for their business whereas the Legion Y44w is meant to attract gamers who want gigantic display on their desk. In terms of looks and features both the displays are same and the only difference is standing amongst the two.
Thanks to its stand you can tilt, swivel the monitors according to your preference. The display aspect ratio is 32:10. Usually, the 24-inches display aspect ratio is 16:10, so it seems like Lenovo joined two panels to create a 32:10 aspect ratio. The bezels around the display are thin from sides and the only prominent bezel is on the bottom side.
The screen resolution of both displays is 3840 x 1200 pixels. Both the displays refresh rate is 144Hz and supports FreeSync 2 adaptive synchronization tech. The Freesync tech varies the refresh rate to render the colors perfectly.
For connectivity, the display panels have Displayport, 4 USB ports, 2 USB-C ports and HDMI 2.0. You can also play two videos side by side and also the picture in picture mode. As far as availability is a concern both will be up for sale in April this year. The gaming variant can be purchased at $1,199 whereas the business variant is slightly expensive at $1,299.
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