Lenovo introduced two Legion monitors with up to QHD resolution, up to 280Hz and factory calibration, priced from $399
Lenovo unveiled a duo of Legion-branded monitors at CES 2023. They will be available early in the second quarter of 2023.
Here's What We Know
Both new products have thin bezels on three sides of the display. The thickness is 2 mm. Monitors are equipped with 3W stereo speakers, HDMI 2.0 connectors, four USB-A Gen 1 and one USB-A 3.2 Gen 1. There is also a DisplayPort 1.4 next to the 3.5mm audio output.
The more expensive model is called Legion Y27qf-30. It gets a Quad HD display with 10-bit color and frame rate of 250 Hz. The color gamut coverage of sRGB is 125%, and DCI-P3 - 95%. The second new product has a catalog number Y27F-30. Here the resolution is reduced to Full HD, the coverage of sRGB color gamut is 113.7%, and DCI-P3 - up to 90.6%.
Both monitors are equipped with 27" IPS diagonal displays with 16 to 9 aspect ratio, 1000 to 1 contrast ratio, AMD GreeSync support and factory calibration with a claimed Delta E average of < 2.
Price & When We Can Expect It
The Legion Y27qf-30 will cost $499. The Legion Y27f-30 - $399. Both models will go on sale in April 2023.