The Asian company has just introduced the Lenovo ThinkVision M14t, a portable monitor that reaches the market to act as a secondary screen for laptops. This model comes to renew some of the specifications of the ThinkVision M14, the model presented a year ago. The main innovation of the new iteration comes with the incorporation of a touch screen compatible with the brand’s own digital pen, which makes it ideal for professionals in design, illustration or digital drawing.
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Lenovo ThinkVision M14t – no charging port and with touchscreen
So is. The Lenovo ThinkVision M14t comes with two USB Type-C ports that allow it to be powered without the need for an external charger while replicating the image displayed on the computer screen. With a full USB Type-C connection, the monitor is compatible with mobile devices that support video output via the USB 3.1 standard. In this way, we can turn our smartphone into a portable desktop.
When it comes to monitor features, the ThinkVision M14t uses a 14-inch panel with Full HD resolution and 300 nits of brightness. Its weight is only 698 grams and it has 4,096 pressure and 10 touch points. As if this were not enough, the base that holds the screen allows us to use the monitor vertically and horizontally without the need for third-party support. It also allows us to flip the monitor to make use of the screen as if it were a graphics tablet. By having a floating mount, we can adjust both the height and the tilt of the screen, something that was already possible in the previous generation.
Lenovo ThinkVision M14t price and availability
The company has announced that the portable monitor will arrive in Spain from September. Unfortunately, he has not confirmed the starting price. If we take the previous model as a reference, the price of the new iteration could be very close to 300 euros, predictably between 270 and 300 euros. We will update the article with all the wrong information regarding as soon as the data is confirmed.
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