Lenovo’s Q24i & Q27q Ultra-Thin Displays with Reduced Eye Fatigueby Anton Shilov on September 5, 2019 2:45 PM EST
Lenovo has unveiled two new consumer displays featuring ultra-thin bezels, AMD’s FreeSync variable refresh rate technology, and certified to minimize eye fatigue by TÜV Rhineland Eye Comfort standards. The LCDs will be available already this month and will not be too expensive.
The new monitors carrying the TÜV Rhineland Eye Comfort badge are Lenovo’s Q24i and Q27q that come in an ultra-thin/ultra-compact chassis that blends in with any surroundings — whether this is home or office — and features ultra-thin ‘near edgeless’ bezels on three sides. Both monitors feature AMD’s FreeSync variable refresh rate technology, built-in stereo speakers, as well as DisplayPort and HDMI inputs.
The smaller Lenovo Q24i has a 23.8-inch Full-HD panel, whereas the larger Lenovo Q27q comes with a 27-inch QHD IPS panel. Other specifications are yet to be disclosed, yet expect them to be in-line with other mainstream monitors available today.
Besides design, the key selling feature of the Q24i and Q27q monitors is TÜV Rhineland’s Eye Comfort certification. The latter ensures that a display carrying the appropriate badge reduce blue light content, flicker, and reflection. They also offer consistent image quality from different perspectives, which pretty much requires a high-quality IPS or VA-class panel. Experts from TÜV Rhineland evaluate monitors according to safety and health requirements set in Europe, US, UK, and Hong Kong, so test results can be used internationally.
|Specifications of Lenovo's Consumer Displays with
TÜV Rhineland Eye Comfort Certificate
|Lenovo Q24i||Lenovo Q27q|
|Native Resolution||1920 × 1080||2560 × 1440|
|Maximum Refresh Rate||?||?|
|Variable Refresh Rate||AMD FreeSync||AMD FreeSync|
|Brightness||? cd/m²||? cd/m²|
|Viewing Angles||178°/178° horizontal/vertical (?)||178°/178° horizontal/vertical|
|Color Gamut Support||sRGB: ?||sRGB: ?|
|Stand||Tilt and height adjustable|
|Audio||2 × 3 W
audio output port
|2 × 3 W
audio output port
|Thickness||6.9 mm | 0.3 inches|
Both new monitors from Lenovo will be available later this month. The smaller Lenovo Q24i will be priced at $189.99, whereas the larger Lenovo Q27q will carry a $299.99 price tag.
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Sttm - Thursday, September 5, 2019 - linkI bet with stands like that they bounce up and down as you type.
PeachNCream - Thursday, September 5, 2019 - linkScreen shake will keep the muscles that control eye movement limber and reduce strain as a result.
Sivar - Thursday, September 5, 2019 - linkHow is eye fatigue reduced?
surt - Thursday, September 5, 2019 - linkAs it says about mid-way through the article, basically blue light reduction.
Shinshin - Friday, September 6, 2019 - linkReduce eye fatigue but drive my OCD crazy... :)
GreenReaper - Friday, September 6, 2019 - linkCould be cool if the base doubled as a heatsink - although, they'd better have insulation around the upright on the stand.
JFish222 - Monday, September 9, 2019 - linkAny word on VESA support? Looks like a no-go but I like the specs and pricing may be very competitive. Just need vesa mounts in my case.
JoeyJoJo123 - Wednesday, September 11, 2019 - linkMost likely does support VESA. If you look at where the monitor stand attaches to the monitor backing, it's got a black clip that seems to insert into an in-set 100x100 VESA-sized mount hole. Dell monitors are often like this as well, where unclipping the monitor stand will reveal a VESA 100x100 mount underneath.