Lenovo has introduced two curved gaming monitors: the 34-inch Legion Y34wz-30 and the 45-inch Legion R45w-30. Both new items have USB hubs and KVM switches, and they allow you to divide the screen in two.
The Lenovo Legion R45w-30 monitor model has a aspect ratio of 32:9. The novelty supports WQHD resolution (3440 1440 pixels) and utilizes a 10-bit matrix with a refresh rate of 165Hz, which can be extended to 170 Hz.
The Legion R45w-30 displays a 500 cd/m2, 115 percent sRGB color gamut, and 110% DCI-P3 color gamut. Color accuracy is Delta E 2. Supports AMD FreeSync Premium Pro image sync technology.
The Lenovo Legion R45w-30 monitor includes a USB hub with a 75W charging socket as well as a 2.5-gigabit network adapter. HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 1.4 connectors
In October, the Lenovo Legion R45w-30 gaming monitor will be available for $999.99.
The Legion Y34wz-30 monitor model includes a mini-LED backlight. DisplayHDR 1000 certification has been announced for the novelty. The 34-inch model's resolution and color accuracy are identical to the 45-inch version.
The younger model has a refresh rate of 180Hz (via overclocking). The response speed is 1ms (MPRT). The novelty is equipped with a USB hub with a output power of 145 watts.
In October, the Legion Y34wz-30 monitor will be available for purchase. It was priced at $1199.99.
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