CES 2021 | Lenovo L27e and L24i WLED monitors launched with 75Hz refresh rate, AMD Freesync support, and more
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Lenovo has launched two new desktop monitors to supplement the laundry list of products that it has in store for us this CES 2021. The Lenovo L24i and L27e are the company's newest mid-range monitors which aim to cater to a broad demographic of users ranging from casual gamers to work from home professionals. The Lenovo 24i will retail at €149 (US$183) and the Lenovo L27e at €169 (US$207). Both SKUs will be available for sale worldwide starting March 2021.
Except for the actual screen size, the Lenovo L24i and L27e have identical specifications. As their names somewhat suggest, former has a diagonal width of 23.8 inches, while the latter bumps that up to 27 inches. Both monitors feature WLED panels with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and a refresh rate of 75Hz. The default response time is set to 7ms; it can be lowered to 4ms via the OSD. That, in tandem with AMD Freesync support, should allow for some entry-level gaming.
Peak brightness on the Lenovo L24i and L27e is limited to 250 nits. They cover 72% of the NTSC colour gamut and come with an integrated Eye Care mode. Input options are a tad lacking, as both displays only come with a single HDMI 1.4 port and VGA port. It is possible to connect a pair of wired headphones to the monitors via the 3.5mm Audio Out port.