Lenovo ThinkVision L2321x
Released June, 2010
The Pros:Stand is adjustable up and down as well as tilting. One of the few monitors that supports DisplayPort connections. Screen colors are vibrant and pop off the screen.
The Cons:Colors aren't very accurate, not right for photo editing.
The Lenovo ThinkVision L2321x is a mid-range, 23” widescreen LCD monitor released in mid-2010. Marketed to business users, this monitor can display 2 video signals simultaneously in a hardware-based split-screen mode.
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Built-in is a 4 port USB hub, which allows for the use of accessories without having to reach behind the computer. The included stand offers full functionality, including tilt, lift, swivel and pivot movements. Other features include Full HD 1080p support, DisplayPort and VGA connections, a Kensington lock slot and VESA mounting holes. The Lenovo ThinkVision L2321x uses 24 watts of power, and is Energy Star 5.0 certified.
- 23” widescreen LCD panel
- 1000:1 contrast ratio
- Split-screen mode
- DisplayPort and VGA video inputs
- USB port built-in
- Fully adjustable stand
- Kensington lock slot
- 100mm VESA mounting holes
- Color: black
User Reviews (2)
stand is adjustable up and down as well as tilting
one of the few monitors that supports DisplayPort connections
screen colors are vibrant and pop off the screen
picture is sharp, can read text easily
mounts using standard wall mounts quickly and easily
handy USB hub works well, convenient if your PC is on the floor
colors aren't very accurate, not right for photo editing
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