Lenovo LS Monitor Series Complements ThinkCentre Edge DesktopsBy Nathan Eddy | Print
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Lenovo also introduced the ThinkCentre Edge 71 desktop, with no legacy ports and a compact form factor.Computer maker Lenovo announced a series of monitors - the LS Series - to give small to medium-size businesses a line of monitors crafted to their needs with large screens, enhanced image presentation and touch-enabled navigational control. The 21.5-inch LS2221 wide and 23.6-inch LS2421p wide monitors are designed to be deskside companions for Lenovo’s series of ThinkCentre Edge desktops. Lenovo also introduced the ThinkCentre Edge 71 desktop, with no legacy ports and a compact form factor.
The company said when it comes to a visually rich multimedia LED display, the Lenovo LS monitors offer a visible difference with their 10 million to one dynamic contrast ratio. Despite large screen real estate, the monitors are energy efficient, exceeding the requirements for Energy Star and meeting TCO 5.0. The LS2221 wide comes with VGA and DVI connections for displaying digital video, while the LS2421p wide offers greater functionality with VGA and HDMI outputs, a four-USB port hub and up to 300 brightness level. Additionally, the monitors are equipped with capacitive touch buttons, tilt stand, modern, slim bezel design and the same three-year warranty available on the premium ThinkVision monitors.
"The new ThinkCentre Edge 71 and Lenovo LS Series monitors are designed from the ground up for small-to-medium businesses, giving them the style, features and functionality they need," said Tom Shell, vice president and general manager of Lenovo’s worldwide ThinkCentre business unit. "Our LS Series monitors include everything customers need: a large screen that displays eye-popping graphics, reliable technology that just works and convenient extras like touch-enabled buttons to easily adjust hardware settings."