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Lenovo lets digital draftsmen view their work in 3D

Lenovo lets digital draftsmen view their work in 3D

Lenovo is marketing a new monitor that can display digital drawings in 3D. 3D glasses are not required.

According to Lenovo, 3D is gaining interest among graphic designers, gamers and videographers. For those markets, it is now marketing a 3D monitor. At issue is the ThinkVision 27 3D which can display images in 2D or 3D without additional means, such as 3D glasses.

Without 3D glasses, properly displaying objects in multiple dimensions is often difficult. Lenovo promises that the monitor can provide a good viewing experience by combining it with real-time eye-tracking. It further explains that the technology works by simultaneously sending two separate images to the viewer so that each eye sees the subject from a slightly different angle.

Other features

Graphic designers, however, expect more from a monitor and must have accurate colour reproduction to assure themselves of the result of their work. Again, Lenovo can deliver, and the brand promises 99 percent colour accuracy for DCI-P3 and Adobe RGB.

The monitor features a 27-inch screen with a refresh rate of 60Hz. There are also built-in speakers, and it features USB-C docking with 100W power delivery, two HDMI ports, a DisplayPort, an Ethernet port and a USB 3.2 hub consisting of five ports.

The price of the device comes to 3,000 euros. The first monitors will become available in February 2024, but it is unclear to which countries Lenovo will ship te monitor.

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