Lenovo Announces 28-inch ThinkVision Pro2840m 4K Monitor

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soldier44

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Nice but too small, Ive been on a 30 inch 2560 x 1600 display for over 3 years now. Make it at least 30 inches if not 32 or 35...
 

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None of these early 4K units will be worth a damn to game on. Just placemarkers until the proper tech comes along to make it gamer friendly (unless you enjoy 30FPS).
 

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Damn, how do ppl play games on a freaking 32, 42 inch screen? I'm actually hoping they'd release a 23"-24" version. I'm sitting about 1.5-2.1 feet from my 22" full hd on my desk and I could already make out the individual pixels on the screen and it's at just the right distance where I don't have to turn my head left and right to scan the full screen to pick out my enemies. At 35" you'd have to sit so far from the screen to get a decent unpixelated image you might as well play in the living room infront of your TV screen.
 

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It's odd that they chose 28". The usual size is a multiple of 3 which are 21, 24, 27, and 30. I''ll buy one if they make a 30".
 

hannibal

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For 4k there seems to be normal to have 28 and 32 inch versions. All the released desktop monitors are in in that gategory, or is there one with 30"?

Update... the Dell has at least one with 24" screen.
 

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It clearly says that it supports display port. And if it has display port then it can do >30fps. and you also dont need hdmi 2.0.
 
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