While the fate of the office as we know it remains uncertain, that hasn’t stopped entrepreneurial brands like Lenovo from continuing to elevate the experience of working together. This week, the company kicked off its CES 2022 season with the announcement of an upcoming new line of productivity and desktop interactive panels, the ThinkVision LFD.
âLFDâ stands for âLarge Format Displayâ. During the company’s brief pre-CES demo, we got a glimpse of the larger of the three models, the Lenovo ThinkVision T86. The full line will come in three size categories: 86 inches for the ThinkVision T86, 75 inches for the ThinkVision T75, and 65 inches for, you guessed it, ThinkVision T65.
ThinkVision LFD displays are powered by an integrated system on a chip (SoC), running a customized version of the Android operating system. This additional functionality means it can either stream its own video from built-in apps or just function as a touchscreen monitor. In the latter case, this can be done either via a wired connection or via a wireless connection to a PC via what Lenovo calls a “W20” dongle, shown in the image below …
All of you … Draw!
Some of the add-ons that set the ThinkVision LFD line apart from any older large conference room panel include its built-in smart whiteboard feature, which allows multiple users to draw on the same surface.
The ThinkVision LFD panels will also be well-equipped as video conferencing hubs, with eight microphones lined up around the panel, two built-in 15-watt speakers, and an “AI-enhanced” 4K webcam with a 122-degree field of view. located at the top.
All three displays will be available from April 2022. The ThinkVision T86 will be priced at $ 7,999 MSRP, the ThinkVision T75 at $ 6,999 and the ThinkVision T65 at $ 4,999.
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