Lenovo is ushering in Intel’s new Thunderbolt 4 era with the ThinkVision P40w, the world’s first monitor to support the connectivity standard. With its “Think” pedigree, the ThinkVision P40w is designed for professionals. Its ultrawide 21:9 aspect ratio allows for multiple opened windows to be spread across the monitor’s 39.7-inch display.
With Thunderbolt 4 support, the ThinkVision P40w is designed for Windows 10 systems running on Intel’s 11th Gen processor platform, including Tiger Lake-powered
In total, Lenovo states that the hub on the rear of the ThinkVision P40w gives you access to a total of 12 ports and a built-in KVM switch if you want to connect two computers to the same monitor and peripherals. The additional
The ThinkVision P40w comes with a number of features that will delight creative professionals. The pixel-packed IPS screen boasts a WUHD resolution of 5,120 x 2,160, and the screen comes with an antiglare coating and is TUV-certified for eye comfort and to reduce eye strain when looking at the panel over extended periods of time. In terms of ergonomics, the monitor supports lift, tilt, and rotate features on the stand, but you can also mount the display to any compatible VESA mounting bracket. ThinkVision comes in a classic matte black hue that’s a hallmark of Lenovo’s Think series products. It boasts narrow bezels on the top and sides and a slightly elongated chin on the bottom.
“The bigger picture offers impressive views with sharp, striking detail,” Lenovo said of the screen, while noting that the “2500R curvature wraps around you, filling more of your field of view to remove distractions and let you immerse yourself in the latest market movements.”
The screen also supports Intel’s Active Management Technology, Lenovo said.
The ThinkVision P40w achieves 98% of both the wide DCI-P3 and the sRGB color spaces, and it’s factory calibrated to a delta E measurement of less than 2. The screen has a refresh rate of 75Hz, so it’s not ideal for fast action games, but it does come with a 4ms response time in Extreme Mode. Brightness can reach 300 nits, and Lenovo stated that it has a contrast ratio of 1,000:1.
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