Lenovo ThinkVision 28 Smart Display To Be Released with Android Capability

PC Manufacturer Lenovo has decided to enter into the Android world even deeper, and it has recently introduced the ThinkVision 28 and the ThinkVision Pro2804m smart displays. However, these two smart displays are not only simple home computers. Despite their large screen, having the Android ecosystem attached, they can easily turn into an entertainment machines.

Concerning the ThinkVision 28, the display features a 28-inch screen as the name implies which boasts of 4k resolution. More precisely, the display offers 3840 x x2160 pixels for you to use. In the same time, the screen brings 300 nits of brightness, and it has 10-point multi-touch capabilities to use. Moreover, the big screen has multiple ports and connections as it is expected for a smart display or smart TV these days, such as HDMI, USB, audio, DisplayPort and even Ethernet port.

Lenovo displays introduced this year

Lenovo displays introduced this year

In what concerns the other large screen released by Lenovo, details are all the same. The screen provides the same features and specifications as its older brother. In addition, the Lenovo Pro2804m brings a mini DisplayPort and HDMI with MHL. In the same time, the display offers dual speakers and touch sensitive buttons.

These were only some of the visual specification for both of Lenovo’s screens. On the inside, both models are powered by a NVIDIA Tegra processor, and it has 2 GB of RAM. However, it is worth mentioning the fact that this processor is unable to run the display alone, even if the Android setup might offer this possibility. However, both displays can easily be used as any other Smart TV or hub, and it can be used as extensions or mirrors for your actual Android device.

In this respect, I want to mention the fact that if you decide to mirror your Android device on any of the Lenovo displays, you will have to run Android 4.3 or higher while connecting via NFC, Bluetooth or Miracast. In the same time, with a simple touch of a button, the display can act as Android hubs, using the internal 32 GB storage, which can be easily expanded with a microSD card.

In case you are interested in purchasing some of the new smart Lenovo displays, you will have to spend some money. The ThinkVision 28 is expected to be launched somewhere in July at the price of $999. In the case of ThinkVision Pro2804m, the price is a little bit lower, and it reaches $799. Moreover, this large Lenovo screen is expected to be unveiled earlier in April.

Source: SlashGear