CES 2022 | Lenovo unveils the Q27h-20, Q27q-20, and Q24i-20 consumer monitors
Described by Lenovo as "built for stunning looks," the Q27h-20 premium monitor has been unveiled alongside two cheaper models, namely the Q27q-20 and Q24i-20. All three come as monitors for consumers without any extreme needs, but each packs quite a punch in its price range.
In addition to the stylish design, the 27-inch Lenovo Q27h-20 comes with the brand's natural low blue light technology certified by Eyesafe for improved eye protection, as well as QHD IPS capability for vivid color performance that hits 95 percent DCI-P3, 99 percent sRGB and Delta E<2 color accuracy. The USB-C one cable docking solution integrated in this monitor delivers up to 90 W of charging power, while the solid Terrazzo grey base brings excellent stability alongside an additional touch of luxury to the design of the Q27h-20.
The two other monitors that have been unveiled alongside the Lenovo Q27h-20, namely the Q27q-20 (27-inch, QHD) and Q24i-20 (23.8-inch, full HD), also come with a 7.1 mm ultra-slim head and three-sided near edgeless design, also featuring an ergonomic stand, natural low blue light technology, but with a two-toned silver/black finish (the Q27h-20 sports a metallic gray finish). All three monitors mentioned here come with Lenovo Artery support.
Expected to become available for purchase in May 2022, the Q27h-20 will start at US$349.99. Alongside it, the Q27q-20 will start at US$299.99, and the Q24i-20 will be ready for purchase at US$199.99.
Monitors Built for Stunning Looks – Lenovo Q27h, Lenovo Q27q, Lenovo Q24i
If you’re struggling to see the big picture using only your laptop’s display for hybrid learning, work and play, or have been making do with the office monitor snagged from an empty cubicle, there has been time this year to evaluate what you really want from an extended display – and it’s safe to say that if a monitor doesn’t suit your needs or sense of style, it has no place in your home. Lenovo comes to the rescue with a new lineup of striking consumer Q-series monitors that offer the resolution, smart audio, port selection, and contemporary design that you’re going to love.
One such premium display built for trendsetters is the high-end 27-inch Lenovo Q27h-20 monitor with stylish design and Lenovo’s leading natural low blue light technology certified by Eyesafe® for better eye protection. This four-sided near edgeless display delivers an excellent user experience via QHD IPS HDR capability for vivid color performance that’s 95 percent DCI-P3, 99 percent sRGB and Delta E<2 accurate.
Transform your Lenovo Q27h into an entertainment connection hub with convenient USB-C® one cable docking solution to enable device charging and/or display extension to show content across multiple screens; it’s the smarter way to provide up to 90W of charging power to your laptop to get work done. Ideal for everyday usage with an integrated phone holder and smart speaker to reduce desk clutter, its distinctive asymmetric metallic arm can be adjusted to match your viewing height for maximum comfort. Plus, a solid Terrazzo grey base brings stability and that extra feeling of luxury consumers have come to expect from Lenovo design.
Also on offer bringing modern families the smarter value choices they crave wrapped in a gorgeous package are two more Q-series consumer monitors – the larger 27-inch Lenovo Q27q-20 with up to QHD resolution, and the 23.8-inch Lenovo Q24i-20 with up to Full HD.
U.S. Pricing and Availability
▪ Lenovo Q27h-20 monitor is expected to be available starting May 2022 and will start at US$349.99
▪ Lenovo Q27q-20 monitor is expected to be available starting May 2022 and will start at US$299.99
▪ Lenovo Q24i-20 monitor is expected to be available starting May 2022 and will start at US$199.99.