The ThinkView Plus consists of a USB-C monitor and two videoconferencing displays. You have a good selection of connectivity options on the monitor side, including one HDMI, one DisplayPort in and out, two USB-A ports, and one USB-C connector. It offers a 1920 x 1080 resolution and 81.6 pixels per inch of pixel density.
The display’s octa-core Qualcomm SoC, which supports Wi-Fi 6 and lets the ThinkView Plus access calendars, chat, and files while running Teams on an unidentified version of Android without a computer, is where the display really shines. The display’s predecessor uses Android Open Source Project 8.1.
A 4K infrared and RGB camera that is incorporated in the ThinkView Plus also uses the SoC to power AI-based functions like auto-framing and automatic image quality changes. Additionally, there are four microphones and two powerful 5Wspeakers with good sound that are allegedly detachable and upgradeable while still being fascinating for long-term use. The display will include a Microsoft whiteboard programme and a passive stylus.
Price & Availability
The Lenovo ThinkView Plus monitor is priced at $2345 and is available globally on Lenovo’s official website and through all Lenovo stores in all countries.