Lenovo's three new gaming monitors feature nearly edgeless displays

Lenovo Legion Y25 gaming monitor

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What you need to know

  • Lenovo announced three new gaming monitors at CES 2020.
  • All three monitors feature thin bezels and low refresh rates to help immerse you into games.
  • The monitors are set to be released in March and June, starting at $220.

Lenovo announced three new gaming monitors at CES 2020. The Lenovo Y-25-25 Gaming Monitor, Lenovo G32qc Gaming Monitor, and Lenovo G27c Gaming Monitor all feature thin bezels and low refresh rates to help immerse people into games. The Lenovo Y25-25 Gaming Monitor ($320) will be available in June and the Lenovo G32qc Gaming Monitor ($320) and Lenovo G27c Gaming Monitor ($220) will be available in March.

The Lenovo Y25-25 Gaming Monitor has a 24.5-inch FHD IPS display that can reach up to 400 nits of brightness. It has a high 240Hz refresh rate and a 1ms response time to deliver smooth gameplay. It supports AMD Radeon FreeSync and has a 99 percent Adobe sRGB color gamut.

The Lenovo G32wc Gaming Monitor features a 31.5-inch 1500R curved display. It's a QHD panel with a 72 percent Adobe sRGB color gamut. It also supports AMD Radeon FreeSync, though it has a refresh rate of 4ms.

The Lenovo G27c Gaming Monitor is the most budget-friendly of the new monitors at $220. It has a 27-inch FHD display with a 1500R curvature. It has a 165Hz refresh rate and a 4ms response time. Like the other new monitors from Lenovo, it supports AMD Radeon FreeSync.

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1 Comment
  • Nice looking monitor. Though, and I may be wrong, I think you've incorrectly labelled response time as refresh rate in the bullet points and third paragraph.