What you need to know
- Lenovo announced the ThinkVision P34w-20 monitor today.
- The company also announced the ThinkPad Thunderbolt 4 Workstation Dock.
- The new monitor and dock will be available in fall 2021 for $899 and $419, respectively.
Lenovo announced its ThinkVision P34w-20 and ThinkPad Thunderbolt 4 Workstation Dock today. Both are aimed at professionals and creators.
The ThinkVision P34w-20 is a 34-inch ultra-wide curved monitor with a 3800R curvature. It delivers 99% sRGB and delta E<2 color calibration. Its display has a resolution of 3440 x 1440 and has a 21:9 aspect ratio. The P34w-20 also has Natural Low Blue Light technology to protect your eyes.
The monitor supports Picture-in-Picture as well as Picture-by-Picture, which allows you to use multiple sources at once.
The P34w-20 has a single-cable solution that makes it work similar to a docking station. It supports power, data, video, and ethernet through a USB-C port. That same port also has up to 100W of charging power.
|Screen size||34.14 inches|
|Response time||4ms (Extreme)|
|Ports||USB-C (DP 1.2 Alt Mode)|
Two HDMI 2.0
Three USB-A 3.2 (Gen 1)
USB-B 3.2 (up)
|Audio||Two 3W speakers|
|VESA||100mm x 100mm|
If you'd prefer to use a dedicated dock, Lenovo also announced the ThinkPad Thunderbolt 4 Workstation Dock. It supports a total of up to 300W of power and the ability to send up to 100W charging to a host. It also supports Intel Active Management Technology (AMT) for remote manageability.
|Category||Universal Thunderbolt 4 Dock|
|Ports||Two DisplayPort 1.4|
Thunderbolt 4 (downstream)
USB-A 3.1 (Gen 2)
|Power||Up to 100W charging to host|
|Max display res.||8K@30Hz|
|Dimensions||8.66 x 3.15 x 1.18 inches|
(220mm x 80mm x 30mm)
|Weight||1.61 pounds (526g)|
|Features||PXE Boot/WOL/MAC Address|
|Security||Kensington lock slot|
The ThinkVision P34w-20 ($899) and ThinkPad Thunderbolt 4 Workstation Dock ($419) will be available this fall.
Sean Endicott brings nearly a decade of experience covering Microsoft and Windows news to Windows Central. He joined our team in 2017 as an app reviewer and now heads up our day-to-day news coverage. If you have a news tip or an app to review, hit him up at firstname.lastname@example.org (opens in new tab).
How is a monitor with a slow response time, low brightness, 60 Hz, and 1440p resolution more expensive than similarly sized gaming monitors that exceed all of those specs?
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