Lenovo Introduces a Line of Gigantic 4K Displays for Meetings and Conferences

The Lenovo ThinkVision T86
The Lenovo ThinkVision T86 with its massive 86-inch screen. Lenovo

In anticipation of CES 2022, Lenovo is showing off a line of massive 4K displays for video conferences and meetings. While they’re a bit too costly for regular people, the new ThinkVision T86, T75 and T65 are perfect for any business in need of a large screen with advanced, built-in features.

Like any good conferencing product, the new ThinkVision displays pack 4K cameras with 4x zoom and a wide, 122-degree field of view. They also use an 8-microphone array with voice-focusing technology to cut through all the rustling, pencil-tapping, and snoring of your average conference room.

The Lenovo ThinkVision T75.
The Lenovo ThinkVision T75, which has a 75-inch screen. Lenovo

Additionally, the new ThinkVision displays have integrated Smart Whiteboard software to help you annotate presentations or take notes in real-time. Note can be copied or shared to help participants stay engaged and remember the contents of a meeting.

And this is my favorite feature—the new ThinkVision displays run on Android, so you don’t need to connect them to a PC. For those times that you do need to hook up a computer, the ThinkVision displays support HDMI and DisplayPort connections. They also come with W20 wireless dongles, eliminating the need for long cables.

Lenovo will sell the ThinkVision T86, T75 and T65 displays in April of 2022. The largest 86-inch model costs $8000, while the 75 and 65-inch models cost $7000 and $5000, respectively.

Source: Lenovo

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