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Lenovo Announces New ThinkVision Large Format Display Lineup

Today, Lenovo officially introduced a new lineup of its ThinkVision large format displays (LFD) - the ThinkVision T86, T75, and T65 - featuring 4K displays, integrated whiteboard software, built-in speakers, microphones, and a modular webcam.

The LFD is powered by a high-performance SoC with an embedded Android operating system. It can be connected via a video cable or the W20 wireless dongle. It comes with an 8-array microphone and a 4K AI-enhanced webcam with a 122-degree field of view as well as 4x digital zoom. The webcam is connected to the display via a USB connector and has a lens shutter as well as privacy light.

The specifications of the ThinkVision LFD displays are as follows:

  • 4K resolution up to 400nits brightness with Antiglare coating

  • Infrared touch with +-1mm touch accuracy

  • High-performance system-on-chip with embedded Android, 4G RAM, and 64GB Flash memory

  • Wireless projection through W20 wireless dongle

  • Multiple input and output ports including USB Type-C, USB 3.0, HDMI, DisplayPort, Ethernet, Serial interface, and Audio.

  • Ambient light sensor adapts brightness to suit room conditions

  • Human presence sensor will save energy by detecting user presence and automatically turns the display on, and will turn off once all participants have left the room

  • 2 x 15-Watt speakers, built-in 8-array microphone, and 4K AI-enhanced camera

The ThinkVision displays will be available in April 2022, with the T86, T75, and T65 starting from US$7,999 (~RM33,679), US$6,999 (~RM29,469), US$4,999 (~RM21,048) respectively.


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