Lenovo ThinkVision L2250p Wide
Released November, 2009
The Pros:Nice picture - produces vivid colors and decent black levels. Good for a wide range of uses - surfing the web, editing documents and light gaming. 16:10 aspect ratio - preferred by those who don't like the extreme wide angles of 16:9 monitors.
The Cons:Lacks Full HD compliance - is not capable of producing 1080p images. Poor menu buttons - it can be difficult to adjust the monitor settings.
The Lenovo ThinkVision L2250p Wide is one of five ThinkVision monitors (L1711p, L1951p Wide, L2250p Wide, L2251p Wide, and L2251x Wide) released in late 2009. It is 22” wide and renders a 1680x1050 standard resolution, which offers improved productivity with a larger display area and more comfortable viewing.
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More importantly, the L2250p Wide is TCO Certified, EPEAT Gold rated and touted as 50% more energy-efficient than previously released models. Included are analog/digital inputs and a high-adjustable stand for a fully customized work environment. Additional features include High Definition Content Protection (HDCP) support, a Kensington lock for security measures, and wall-mountability via VESA standards.
- 22” ThinkVision LCD Monitor (Widescreen)
- 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
- Color: Business Black
- Limited Warranty: Three Year
- Brightness 250 cd/m2
- Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
- Native Resolution: 1680x1050
- Video Inputs: Analog/Digital
User Reviews (3)
nice picture - produces vivid colors and decent black levels
good for a wide range of uses - surfing the web, editing documents and light gaming
16:10 aspect ratio - preferred by those who don't like the extreme wide angles of 16:9 monitors
non-glossy screen - doesn't attract fingerprints and dust as easily as glossy competitors
ergonomic stand - capable of tilt and height adjustments
lacks Full HD compliance - is not capable of producing 1080p images
poor menu buttons - it can be difficult to adjust the monitor settings
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