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CES 2016: Lenovo ThinkVision monitors with USB Type-C docking launched

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Lenovo recently unveiled ThinkVision displays with USB Type-C docking at CES in Las Vegas. ThinkVision X24 Pro Monitor is one such product to witness the inclusion of a 3D camera.

Boasting of a 28.3 inch IPS panel, a resolution of 1920 x 1080, 7ms response time, 1000:1 contrast ratio and the inclusion of a camera, the monitor supports Hello Biometric Authentication feature on Windows 10.

Apart from the thinner bezel and integrated camera, the monitor also sports USB-C ports as well as dual-array microphone and two 3W speakers. Another reason for the monitor’s increasing popularity is its optional accessories that can be plugged in by users. WiGig bar is one such accessory that enables users to dock WiGig-enabled devices like ThinkPad X1 tablet and laptop for wireless monitoring.

With these accessories, the monitor can be adapted as per your needs. With WiGig bar, the monitor gets the WiGig functionality in a very sleek way, thus driving away the need for a clunky dock. Users can also avail a wireless charging stand having a price tag of $150, which allows them to set the smartphone on the base for wireless charging.

The launch Lenovo ThinkVision X24 Pro Monitor is expected to take place in June 2016 with at price starting $399. Talking about the optional accessories, the Wi-Gig bar would cost @50 and the wireless monitor stand would cost $150.

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