Lenovo announces three ThinkVision Series Large Format Displays (LFDs): T65, T75 and T86. The markings correspond to the diagonals of the screen, while the basic technology is very similar. All three models can be operated with up to 20 taps at the same time, integrate a system on chip (SoC) and run with a standalone Android 9 or connected PC. They are basically connected smart TVs without built-in tuners.
All three models display 3840 × 2160 pixels (Ultra HD) at 60 Hertz, illuminate up to 400 cd / m², cover the NTSC color space at 85 percent, and have a response time of 8 ms (GtG). The two smaller displays T65 and T75 use IPS panels, while the larger T86 has a VA panel. The latter also almost completely covers the sRGB color space and has a higher contrast ratio of 4000: 1 instead of 1200: 1.
Suitable for hybrid conferences
The ThinkVision LFDs are designed for conference rooms and come with hybrid conferencing technology, basically detachable 4K webcams and eight built-in microphones. The televisions are broadcast by radio via Wi-Fi 5 (WLAN 802.11ac) and Bluetooth 5.0, but can also be integrated into networks via two RJ45 (Gigabit Ethernet) connections.
On the connection side, there are also HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2, old VGA and USB 3.2 Gen 1 (5 Gbit / s, previously called USB 3.0), including Type-C ports with a charging function of up to 15 watts. Data can be imported quickly via micro SD cards. Direct wireless connections to PCs are possible through the W20 wireless dongle.
Integrated quad-core processor
The integrated SoC uses four Cortex-A73 CPU cores, a Mali-G52 graphics unit with two shader clusters (MC2), 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of eMMC as mass storage. Lenovo does not specify what processor it is. However, the data agree Mediatek MT9950 (datasheet).
The recommended retail prices are 3,000 euros for the ThinkVision T65, 4,000 euros for the ThinkVision T75 and 7,000 euros for the ThinkVision T86. Lenovo plans to deliver all three models starting in June 2022.
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