Portable displays are widespread as a result of they’re simple to move and provides customers a second display to make use of once they’re on the transfer. Lenovo’s newest ThinkVision M14d retains the favored 14-inch display dimension from its M14t however takes issues to the following degree with 2240 by 1400 decision with a 16:10 side ratio, as an alternative of the extra frequent 1080p.
The ThinkVision M14d is designed for productiveness or streaming and may’t match the gaming prowess of high-refresh-rate fashions just like the ROG Strix XG17AHPE. Its 60Hz refresh fee and six-millisecond response time, coupled with one hundred pc sRGB coloration gamut and 300-nit peak brightness, nonetheless delivers crisp pictures with excessive distinction on the IPS LCD display.
One of the principle causes patrons choose 14-inch portable displays over 15.6 and 17-inch choices is as a result of their compact dimension permits them to slot in virtually any bag, and the light-weight makes them a breeze to hold. At 4.6-millimeters thick and weighing simply 1.3 lbs (600 grams), the ThinkVision M14d is ideal as a second display for folks on the go, and its built-in stand with 0 to 90-degree permits them to have one of the best viewing angle doable.
One of the drawbacks of its compact dimension is its restricted connectivity choices, and there are solely a pair of USB-C ports with no HDMI choices obtainable. The USB ports reside on both facet of the stand, and one gives as much as 65-watts of energy to different gadgets related to it. Some patrons may also be dissatisfied by the dearth of touchscreen functionality, however it might add a few hundred to the value tag and put it out of attain from its goal market.
The ThinkVision M14d goes on sale in July 2022 for round $299.