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ThinkVision P44w Monitor

2019-01-07, 9:48 AM

 

Take in this insanely wide 43.4” curved monitor. Peaked display brightness of 450 nits. Maximum productivity whether you’re animating, analyzing or multitasking the day away. Gorgeous. Productivity upped!

 

 

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Re: ThinkVision P44w Monitor

2019-01-08, 12:34 PM

Holy moly... this is so cool. I've been waiting for this for a long time!

 

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Re: ThinkVision P44w Monitor

2019-01-08, 15:56 PM
Serene, you wouldn’t be looking for beta testers for this thing, would you? :)
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Re: ThinkVision P44w Monitor

2019-01-08, 16:03 PM

 wrote:
Serene, you wouldn’t be looking for beta testers for this thing, would you? :)

Looking at your responses I think I might need to issue queue numbers..

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Re: ThinkVision P44w Monitor

2019-01-08, 16:20 PM

This monitor is sooo wide, you will need a motorized chair to move from one edge to another :smileyvery-happy:

 

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2019-01-09, 6:27 AM

Who decided to manufacture the P44w it's just a brilliant guy or team. Wow i just can imagine that right now on my desk. 

 

Right now i have a 27" screen on my desk. About a year ago i have this 27" and 2 ThinkVision 22" besides this one, so the P44w is what i need to return to my old status. Love it. 

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Re: ThinkVision P44w Monitor

2019-01-09, 8:20 AM

I am using 2x 24" displays both at home and at work, but I am not really satisfied with this setup. I want to give this P44w a try, because it might prove better for me. April is sooo far away :D

 

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2019-01-09, 15:02 PM

Agree with you Lenard! Same here, because there is that day when one of the monitor is not recongnize for the docking station or something similar and moving information from one monitor to other, dont like that. i think this P44w will solve my issues. i need multi screen to work and if i can do it on one monitor, using it like a board ufff that's gold. 

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Re: ThinkVision P44w Monitor

2019-01-14, 4:57 AM

 

When I attend CES there are usually a small number of things I revisit several times during my time there.  That list usually does not include monitors and screens.  The ThinkVision P44w however is a clear exception to that.  

  

Against a far wall of the Lenovo CES show floor is a stand with two monitors on it both are large, one is monumental!  Even from a distance the P44w is eye catching. On display it was connected to a Think Hub to demonstrate video conferencing where the screen would show several feeds etc.  For me I was imagining the number of Windows I could open simultaneously for work.

 

The screen is a bright LED 3840 x 1200 43.4" curved display that looks excellent. As someone who works day in and out with two 24" monitors connected to their ThinkPad I was left only thinking one thing.  How well could I make two of these work?!

 

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Re: ThinkVision P44w Monitor

2019-03-03, 16:54 PM

Is it going to work with Thunderbolt 3 - Titan Ridge controller? My one year old P27Hs don't unfortunatelly :-/ Are you planning to produce it in other collors than black? Thanks.

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