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Lenovo ThinkVision L1711p


$230.00 Released November, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Good manufacturer warranty - 3 years. Good ergonomics - the included stand supports height and tilt adjustments. 5:4 aspect ratio - good for business and productivity apps.

The Cons:Not a great choice for those who work with media.

The Lenovo ThinkVision L1711p is one of five ThinkVision monitors (L1711p, L1951p Wide, L2250p Wide, L2251p Wide, and L2251x Wide) released in late 2009. It is TCO Certified, EPEAT Gold rated and touted as 50% more energy-efficient than previously released models.

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Included are analog/digital inputs and a height-adjustable stand for a fully customized work environment. More importantly, the L1711p utilizes a standard 1280x1024 resolution, making it compatible with most business/casual applications. Plus, the unit hosts High Definition Content Protection (HDCP) support, a Kensington lock for security measures, and is completely wall-mountable via VESA standards.

Features

  • 17” ThinkVision LCD Monitor
  • ENERGY STAR 5.0 Compliant
  • TCO 5.0 Compliant
  • Rated EPEAT Gold
  • Analog/Digital Inputs
  • Height-Adjustable Stand
  • Standard Business Resolution
  • HDCP Support
  • Kensington Lock
  • VESA Mounting
  • Business Black

Specifications

  • Color: Business Black
  • Limited Warranty: Three Year
  • Brightness 250 cd/m2
  • Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
  • Native Resolution: 1280x1024
  • Video Inputs: Analog/Digital

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    good manufacturer warranty - 3 years

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    good ergonomics - the included stand supports height and tilt adjustments

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    5:4 aspect ratio - good for business and productivity apps

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    non-glossy bezel/stand - doesn't easily pick up fingerprints and dust

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    simple design - good for business environments

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    meets several energy efficiency standards - good for extended daily use

Cons
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    not a great choice for those who work with media

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