Excellent color and grayscale performance, Feature rich
The Lenovo ThinkVision LT3053p is a well-appointed 30-inch monitor for professionals who demand accuracy. It's pricey but it delivers excellent color and grayscale performance and is loaded with features, including a KVM switch and a shading hood.
I purchased this monitor to hook up to a retina MacBook Pro. Although it is not the super high-res of the retina, it displays the colors well and looks great. My only problem with it is that although the screen looks like it goes almost to the edge and the bevel is so small, there is still about 1/4" of black around the sides and top so that the image does not go all the way to the bevel. It's not a huge deal, but it would be awesome if it did.
Very good image quality
The Lenovo ThinkVision LT2323z is a 23-inch IPS LED panel monitor that has a business-focused design and feature set. It is the first monitor to be certified for use with Microsoft Lync, a business-focused VOIP technology. It also has a 1080p resolution and extra wide viewing angles in addition to very good image quality.
Slim and lightweight.
The Lenovo ThinkVision LT1421 portable USB-powered monitor makes for a great addition to your travel bag with its slim profile, included cover, and straightforward, one-cable connection. The monitor performs best as a secondary display for email, text, and reference material, though I wouldn't rule out sneaking in the occasional video while you work on your main screen.
Relatively expensive due to lack of competition.
If you fancy a portable 14in USB monitor to use as a secondary display together with your laptop - or even as a primary with a netbook - for increased productivity or presentations, the ThinkVision LT1421 is a good choice. Thin, compact and light enough to fit in a messenger bag alongside your laptop, this 1kg screen features durable build, decent image quality, and it's all powered over a single USB port thanks to the magic of DisplayLink.
Portable, easy to set up.
Lenovo's ThinkVision LT1421 is a great dual-monitor solution for laptop users. It's light and easy to carry and draws all its power from your laptop's USB port. Its picture quality isn't great, but that's not the main selling point of the unit -- it's meant to provide great convenience for those of you who need to work with extra screen real estate while on the road.
Displays bright colors and deep blacks.
Given its excellent performance, I highly recommend the ThinkVision LT1421 to business travelers and power users. It's light enough not to make a huge difference in your travel bag and won't require an extra case or burden you with many more cords. The $199 price tag is reasonable, considering the benefits.
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