Lenovo Legion Y34wz-30 and Legion R45w-30: Curved gaming monitors unveiled with colour-accurate panels and an integrated USB hub
Lenovo has unveiled two new gaming monitors to supplement the multitude of Legion and LOQ products launched today. The Legion Y34wz-30 and Legion R45w-30 come with all the bells and whistles of a modern-day monitor, including a USB hub, a KVM switch and the ability to split the display in half. Thanks to the said features, Lenovo claims they can be used for gaming and productivity.
Starting with the Lenovo Legion R45w-30, one gets a colossal 45-inch WQHD (32:9 aspect ratio) panel with a 165 Hz refresh rate and a peak brightness of 500 nits. Those looking for a few extra frames can overclock the panel to 170 Hz. Other specs include 120% coverage of the sRGB colour gamut and 115% of DCI-P3, making it ideal for colour-accurate work. Its included USB hub has a Type-C port that can charge accessories up to 75 Watts and even a 2.5G ethernet port. Unfortunately, the monitor will not be available till October and will cost €999. Its US prices will be revealed later.
The Legion Y34wz-30, while smaller, packs a mini-LED panel complete with DisplayHDR 1000 certification. It is as colour-accurate as its 45-inch cousin, covering 125% of the sRGB and 95% of the DCI-P3 colour spaces. Other specs include a refresh rate of 180 Hz (overclocked), delta E values lesser than 0.2, 1 ms moving picture response time and a USB hub capable of outputting 145 Watts of power. It also includes HDMI 2.1 and DP 1.4 ports to support current-gen graphics cards/consoles and all the features that come along with them. It, too, goes on sale in October for €1,399.