A trio of new Lenovo LCD displays have been outed, though so far they’re yet to show up on the company’s own site. The Lenovo L2261 Wide and L2361p Wide are 21.5- and 23-inches in size, while the Lenovo L2461x Wide with Multitouch is 23.6-inches and, as the name suggests, offers a multitouch-capable touchscreen layer. All three support Full HD 1080p.
The Lenovo L2261 Wide has 250cd/m2 brightness and a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, along with an anti-glare screen coating and an integrated PSU. Connectivity includes VGA and HDCP-compliant DVI-D, though no HDMI, and the display adjusts for tilt and swivel but won’t rotate for portrait use.
As for the Lenovo L2351p Wide, that looks a whole lot more like an LCD HDTV and gains an HDMI input too; it also has a 0.3-megapixel webcam, speakers and a microphone, along with a three port USB 2.0 hub. It too offers 250cd/m2 brightness and a 1,000:1 contrast ratio.
Finally, the Lenovo L2461x Wide with Multitouch has a 2-megapixel webcam, speakers and microphone, along with HDMI and VGA, a four-port USB 2.0 hub and an LED lightbar that’s controllable from a capacitive touchstrip. There are also various Windows shortcut buttons on the front panel, while specs include 300cd/m2 brightness and 1,000:1 contrast.
According to the three datasheets (in the gallery below) all of the new monitors will arrive in March 2010. No official word on pricing, but Thinkpads have dug up a couple of listings ranging from $549 to $1149 for the L2461x.