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Lenovo ThinkVision L2251x Wide


$300.00 Released November, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Ergonomic stand - tilt, swivel, pivot and adjustable height. Professional business aesthetic. Energy efficient and environmentally friendly.

The Cons:Odd DisplayPort digital input - not standard like DVI is. Not 1080p capable. TN panel - cheap to produce/sell at the expense of colour depth and viewing angles.

The Lenovo ThinkVision L2251x Wide is the most powerful of five ThinkVision monitors (L1711p, L1951p Wide, L2250p Wide, L2251p Wide, and L2251x Wide) released in late 2009. It is in fact the first monitor to be awarded the TCO Certified Edge designation for combining an environmentally friendly design with high performance.

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It also hosts ENERGY STAR & TCO 5.0 compliance, as well as an EPEAT Gold rating. And unlike most of its peers, the L2251x Wide sports analog and DisplayPort video signal connectors. The advantage is that unlike DVI, the DisplayPort connector is smaller, easier-to-handle, and supports both RGB and YCbCr encoding formats. Additional features include High Definition Content Protection (HDCP) support, a Kensington lock for security measures, and wall-mountability via VESA standards.

Features

  • 22” ThinkVision LCD Monitor (Widescreen)
  • ENERGY STAR 5.0 Compliant
  • TCO Certified Edge
  • TCO 5.0 Compliant
  • Rated EPEAT Gold
  • Analog/DisplayPort 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: 1680x1050
  • Video Inputs: Analog/DisplayPort

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Pros
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    ergonomic stand - tilt, swivel, pivot and adjustable height

  • 1

    professional business aesthetic

  • 1

    energy efficient and environmentally friendly

  • 1

    fair size and resolution for business / home business use

  • 1

    integrated webcam

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    HDCP support for watching protected media

  • 1

    16:10 aspect ratio - better for business applications / browsing compared to more common 16:9 consumer options

Cons
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    odd DisplayPort digital input - not standard like DVI is

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    not 1080p capable

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    TN panel - cheap to produce/sell at the expense of colour depth and viewing angles

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    high price for what it is

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warflow
warflow: #lenovo_thinkvision_l2251x_wide Hi I just got one but mine does not have the integrated webcam part so it must be an older version of Lenovo l2251pwD 22".

My question is what is the speaker like plugin behind the monitor next to the video adapter and the usb like cable adapter? For the love of it I cannot find information anywhere in its userguide or the internet that show or explain what this speaker-like plugin is for.

It will be great if someone know and can tell me.

Many thanks. Feb 10, 11
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  • Anonymous

    Anonymous: Anyone have speaker information?
    Jan 20, 13

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