Lenovo’s Q27q and Q24i are affordable monitors designed for gamers

Lenovo latest affordable monitors come with AMD Radeon FreeSync technology

Lenovo's Q27q and Q24i are affordable monitors designed for gamers 1
Lenovo Q27q Monitor

At IFA this week, Lenovo is announcing quite a large number of new products, including several new monitors in the form of the Q27q and the Q24i, along with the more business-focused ThinkVision S28u-10. While each of these new monitors come with a wide range of features, the Q27q and Q24i, in particular, have quite a lot to boast about, with many of these features being geared toward gamers.

Both monitors, for example, come equipped with TÜV Rhineland Eye Comfort standards and AMD GPUs, which have been enhanced with Radeon FreeSync technology to provide a much smoother gaming experience.

Lenovo Q27q Monitor stand base
Lenovo Q27q Monitor stand base

Alongside this, the 27-inch Q27q features crystal-clear InPlane Switching and a QHD resolution display inside of an ultraslim 0.3-inch body. Furthermore, its design is close to being edgeless on three sides.

The 24-inch Q24i monitor offers the same ultra-slim 0.3-inch body as the Q27q, and with the same swanky wedge design. Unfortunately its display struts a lower 1920x1080p FHD resolution. Otherwise, it shares many of the same features of the larger counterpart Q27q.

ThinkVision S28u-10 monitor
ThinkVision S28u-10 monitor

The ThinkVision S28u-10 monitor, on the other hand, is designed to cater to businesses. It features a 99% sRGB panel with a DCI-P3 color gamut, it’s TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort Certified, and comes with flicker-free technology and reduced reflections.

The 27-inch Lenovo Q27q monitor is expected to be available later this month for an affordable $299.99 price tag, while the 24-inch Lenovo Q24i will retail for just $189.99. Although the ThinkVision S28u monitor is scheduled to hit shelves at some point next month, Lenovo hasn’t yet unveiled its pricing.

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