Lenovo Announced Legion R45w-30 Monitor with a Massive 44.5-inch Display

lenovo announced legion r45w 30 monitor with a massive 44 5 inch display

Lenovo has introduced the 44.5-inch Legion R45w-30 display. The new Lenovo R45w-30 is the same as having two 24-inch 2K displays joined together without any visible seams and refreshed at 165 hertz. The VA panel of the screen can update at up to 170 hertz, and the screen’s aspect ratio is 3.5:1. The latest Lenovo display has a size of 5120 by 1440 pixels.

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The Lenovo R45w-30 has a robust base and an ergonomically designed curved fish-shaped display. The display has 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles, 3000:1 static contrast, and 80 million:1 dynamic contrast. The monitor has an sRGB of 120% and a frame rate between 48Hz and 170Hz. The VA panel’s bit level is 8 bits, and the R45w-30 has a radius of a curve of 59 inches.

With a maximal brightness of 500 nits and a full-featured USB-C port, the R45w-30 is a monitor worth considering. The display has ports for 2.5G and HDMI networks and 75W of reverse charging for linked devices.

BOE’s newest screen, which uses in some R45w-30 rivals like HP and AOC, is featured in this variant. The monitor’s base is detachable, and though it can’t rotate between landscape and portrait modes, it can be angled left and right.

The new Lenovo display will be available later this year, probably in August, for $1,000. Lenovo’s R45w-30 release date is approaching, so we should soon learn more formal information.


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