Lenovo hits the spot with first 22" WUXGA display

Written by Phil Cogar

September 18, 2007 | 14:38

Tags: #lcd #monitor #wuxga

Companies: #lenovo

Lenovo may have just won my heart with the introduction of its latest monitor. The ThinkVision L220x is set to be the industry's first affordable 22-inch WUXGA.

WUXGA (Widescreen Ultra eXtended Graphics Array) is the industry standard specification for a 1920x1200 display. At 22-inches, that works out to be just a little over 100 pixels per inch. All of this means that you'll be able to watch 1080p movies in all of their glory on a much smaller monitor than you could before.

The high resolution isn't the only selling point though. The monitor supports a built in four port USB hub, landscape to portrait rotation, a tilt/swivel/pivoting stand, and built in cable management. Full specifications of the monitor include goodies such as: 1000:1 contrast ratio, 6ms response time, 92 percent colour gamut, VGA and DVI-D inputs, HDCP support, and a 178°/ 178° viewing angle.

The ThinkVision L220x is set to debut in November for right around $550. This is sure to give several other, larger monitors a run for their money if the panel lives up to its specs.

While we wait until November to see just how well this monitor compares, check out a couple of pictures below. Don't forget to leave your comments on it over in the forums or in the comment section below.

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