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Lenovo ThinkVision 28

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Bridging the gap between monitor and all-in-one computer, Lenovo’s ThinkVision 28 is a 28-inch 4K monitor that also acts as an Android 4.4 device, with its own CPU, memory, and storage.

With its 3840 x 2160 resolution and 28-inch diagonal screen size, the Thinkvision 28 is impressive enough as a monitor. Two built-in 5W speakers, three HDMI inputs, and even a DisplayPort 1.2 input mean that it can be used as a display for your computer, your cable box and a game console at the same time, and Lenovo’s “Tap to Connect” technology makes syncing your mobile devices a cinch. The 2MP built-in webcam comes with a noise-cancelling microphone array to make video chatting crisp and clear, and the 10-point touchscreen is perfect for Windows 8, your mobile device, or the monitor’s built-in Android operating system.

Running Android 4.4 KitKat through an nVidia Tegra processor with 2GB of RAM, the ThinkVision 28 is essentially a tablet as well as a monitor, though it is not exactly portable. Rather, Lenovo intends for it to be used in lieu of a connected computer when it is not convenient to begin booting one up. The ThinkVision 28 also has native Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, much like any portable Android device, as well as a microSD slot for expanding the 32GB of internal storage.

Release Date

  • July 2014 (TBA)

Release Price

  • $1,199.99

Key Features

  • 28-Inch 10-Point Touchscreen
  • 4K Resolution (3840 x 2160)
  • Built-In Speakers
  • Built-In Webcam, Microphone
  • Android 4.4

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