Lenovo introduces the two new 4K monitors at CES 2014

The first 4K product to be revealed on TechNutty is a new monitor from Lenovo, dubbed the ThinkVision Pro2840m, a new monitor from Lenovo has just been revealed at CES 2014 in Las Vagas, boosting a 3840×2160, touch sensitive buttons, dual speakers, and a full function stand that allows it to tilt, swivel and rotate.

The second monitor is a bit more technical, dubbed the ThinkVision 28 it will pack a 28-inch ulltra-high resolution display that packs a 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution, alongside having Android KitKat built right into the monitor itself.

The pre-installed Android will not be used for tasks that you would normally use it for, only aimed to allow users to view on demand content right from the monitor.

Powered by a Nvidia Tegra processor, the display also features ten point multi-touch technology in-built as well as a DisplayPort, Ethernet Port, three HDMI ports, two noise cancelling microphones and a front-facing 2 megapixel camera.

The ThinkVision 28 will be available in select markets from July 2014 priced from $1199. The ThinkVision Pro2840m will be the cheaper of the two, priced from $799 it will also be available from July 2014.


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