The ThinkVision L2440p Wide is Lenovo's thoughtfully engineered, 24" widescreen LCD monitor that is energy efficient and environmentally responsible. The slim design combined with light booster technology reduces mercury content by 33% and enables it to operate at 50% less power than its conventional counterparts without sacrificing performance. It is the preferred choice for ThinkStation users running professional applications such as CAD/CAM.
Another splendid product from Lenovo6/4/2009
Lenovo has the distinct pleasure of having their L2240 22 inch monitor recommended as a best buy on the Consumer Reports website. It appears excellence runs in the Lenovo family with the L2440 24 inch monitor. Its features match and surpass those of L2240. Its stand adjusts the height and viewing angle of the monitor in every possible way. Its picture quality and clarity range from superb to absolutely breathtaking. One of the features of this product that shouldn't be overlooked is its Thinkvision Installation CD. It holds both Installation files for a number of formats as well as the User's Guide which can help you get the best possible performance from the monitor in all situations. With a Buy.com pricetag of $311 this monitor is a genuine bargain and, without hesitation, I recommend it to anyone and everyone.
Excellent monitor - quality, picture, value3/16/2009
I'm a careful shopper and looked at many monitors before settling on this one. My requirements were: 1920x1200 (the max resolution my Mac Mini can drive) and best value for the dollar. There only appears to be one commercial review of this monitor in existence that has been copied to many sites. Who knows where it originated. The one thing that it says is that this monitor has a poor vertical viewing angle. As best I can tell that is completely inaccurate. The specs say 178 degrees horizontal and vertical. While I don't think it is quite 178 degrees, it is consistent in both directions as best I can tell, and it is certainly better than many other monitors I've seen. I challenge you to find a 24" monitor from any other manufacturer with: * height adjustment - this seems to typically add about $50 to the base price. ie: close to the cost of adding your OWN height adjustable stand! * pivot - not a necessary feature. Not useful if your monitor has a poor vertical viewing angle! Look at the specs - most other 24" monitors at the low end of the price bracket do. * USB hub It also has a number of IBM/Lenovo style engineering nicities: cable wrap included, cable management in the back. And all this for less than the lower end 24" monitors from most other manufacturers! A hidden gem.