Lenovo Releases 30-inch Professional AH-IPS Display

Lenovo has released a 30" monitor that is aimed at the business market and professionals: the ThinkVision LT3053p.

The Thinkvision LT3053p will pack an AH-IPS panel, which will deliver much better colors and viewing angles as compared to typical TN panels. The viewing angles are as such 178 degrees in all directions, and the panel should cover 99 percent of the Adobe RGB spectrum. The screen also has a resolution of 2560 by 1600 pixels, giving it an aspect ratio of 16:10. The contrast ratio is 1,000:1 static, 3,000,000:1 dynamic, and the brightness will go as high as 300 cd/m2.

Display inputs include HDMI, DVI-D, VGA and DisplayPort. The monitor also packs an integrated USB hub, which can drive up to five USB devices.

Included with the screen is a monitor hood which will reduce light reflection and improve perceived color consistency.

The Lenovo ThinkVision LT3053p will be available by the end of this month, and Lenovo will part with one and make you its owner for $1,600.

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  • samuelspark
    That's expensive... Even for a QHD monitor.
  • joytech22
    Does it have built-in calibration sensors? No?
    Does it automatically calibrate colours to compensate for room variances? No?

    Then why does it cost so much again?
    The quality of the display itself is impressive, but not $1600 impressive.

    Bring on automated colour calibration and built-in sensors and maybe I'll meet them somewhere between $1500-$1700.
  • chicofehr
    Dell and HP both got a 30" at around $1000 without the hood. I can use a cardboard box to make a hood and save $600. I got the Dell U3011 and don't see the need for the hood part. Waiting for the 4K monitors to come down to same price before I get one.