Lenovo’s ThinkVision S28u-10: A 4K Business Displayby Anton Shilov on September 5, 2019 3:00 PM EST
Lenovo has introduced its new business and prosumer-oriented display that brings together an ultra-high-definition resolution, an accurate color reproduction as well as reduced emission of blue light to improve eye comfort.
The Lenovo ThinkVision S28u-10 monitor is based on a 28-inch IPS panel of 3840x2160 resolution that can display 1.07 billion of colors and reproduce 99% of the sRGB color space as well as 90% of the DCI-P3 color gamut. For some reason, Lenovo says nothing about support of the Adobe RGB color space, which is often required by designers and photographers. Since we are dealing with an IPS display, it is reasonable to expect it to feature all known IPS peculiarities.
As is standard with Lenovo's monitors designed for business and prosumer market segments, the ThinkVision S28u-10 comes in a chassis that can adjust its tilt, but for those who need additional flexibility it has VESA mounts. As for connectivity, the LCD has a DisplayPort and an HDMI input.
One of the key selling points of the ThinkVision S28u-10 display is TÜV Rhineland’s Eye Comfort certification, which, as the name suggests, is designed to ensure that the monitor is good for prolonged use. The certificate requires a display to reduce blue light content, flicker, and reflection as well as provide consistent image quality from different viewing angles. Specialists from TÜV Rhineland test displays in accordance with safety and health requirements set in Europe, US, UK, and Hong Kong.
|Brief Specifications of the Lenovo ThinkVision S28u-10|
|Native Resolution||3840 × 2160|
|Maximum Refresh Rate||60 Hz (?)|
|Response Time||? ms|
|Viewing Angles||178°/178° horizontal/vertical|
|Pixel Pitch||0.1614 mm²|
|Pixel Density||157 ppi|
|Display Colors||1.07 billion (?)|
|Color Gamut Support||DCI-P3: 90%
sRGB/Rec 709: 99%
Adobe RGB: ?
|Stand||Tilt and height adjustable|
|Inputs||1 × DisplayPort 1.2
1 × HDMI 2.0
|Launch Price & Date||October 2019
Lenovo’s ThinkVision S28u-10 monitor will be available in October. Pricing should follow shortly.
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PeachNCream - Friday, September 6, 2019 - linkI guess it depends on the kind of workplace. I just haven't seen that happen in the places where I work. Most of the scruffy bearded ones and those with lots of visible tattoos don't end up getting promotions (though not due to facial hair and tattoos, but it just seems like there is lower output and less willingness to work hard) so they move on sooner.
I'm not insisting guys shave their faces or anything. Its not my business what they do or don't decide to grow. It just isn't something I see a lot of on the faces of the men at my office unless its a very neatly trimmed beard as opposed to the stereotypical shaggy hipster slob look.
Vitor - Thursday, September 5, 2019 - linkWell, people that work with art and graphics are among the most hipster. So yeah, IBM would be making the kind of mistake they are selling this to suit and tie guys from the 60s.
FullmetalTitan - Friday, September 6, 2019 - linkFound the boomer.
But we all knew that after suffering his comments on this site for years.
PeachNCream - Friday, September 6, 2019 - linkYou're about 90 years off the mark picking out generations by presumed stereotypes, but it's okay. I'll still give you a cookie for trying.
AdditionalPylons - Friday, September 6, 2019 - linkPositively surprised about the specs. When I read the title I was thinking business just meant Excel.
On a more serious note though, wouldn’t it be wise for Anandtech to only publish these press releases once there is an official price?
Dug - Thursday, September 12, 2019 - linkWould it hurt you to make a good 32" 4k monitor? And maybe up the display port and hdmi version to something recent? Good god, this using older technology and releasing it as new is getting really old.