For those who need a contemporary and feature-rich monitor for a small business setup, Lenovo provides the LS2223 Wide. The environmentally-friendly ENERGY STAR 5.1, EPEAT Gold and TCO displays 6.0 compliant specifications help you save on energy consumption and costs. The WLED panel with 1920 x 1080 resolution provides a crystal-clear display. And its adjustable stand and allow for easy collaboration and idea sharing in the workplace. The LS2223 Wide monitor coordinates with any Lenovo ThinkCentre. It matches the Lenovo design and comes in a black finish. The Lenovo LS2223 Wide is able to mount the optional sound bar as accessory.21.5" viewable size (476.64?268.11mm) o Native resolution of 1920 x 1080 o White LED backlights o Aspect ratio: 16:9 o Pixel Pitch: 0.2482(H)?0.2482(V) mm o Brightness: 250 cd/m2 (typical) o Color Gamut 72% o Contrast ratio: 1000:1 (typical) o View angles(Horizontal/Vertical, @CR=10:1): 170 degrees / 160 degrees o Respond time: 5ms (on/off, typical) o Internal Power supply o Power consumption (typical/max): 21W/25W o Tilt stand for viewing comfort o Direct access button for automatic image setup - allows quick and easy monitor setup o Compliance with ENERGY STAR 6.0 requirements o Kensington Lock slot for security o TCO Displays 6.0 compliance o Meets 100mm VESA standard(1) for mounting o Capability to mount the optional sound bar as accessory o Certified for Microsoft Windows 7/Windows 8 (1) VESA is a registered trademark of the Video Electronics Standards Association.
Pros: The price I paid for it at a big box retailer was a steal compared to here. Great clarity no dead pixels... Does exactly what I was needing it to do!
Cons: The image is a bit on the cool side... I could easily fix that if I tinkered with the settings.
Other Thoughts: Went from a 9 year old Apple Studio 17" display to this and I must say it's a HUGE difference! Love the widescreen compared to the square.
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Inconsistencies with lenovo spec
Pros: Not sure, don't own it.
Cons: This monitor is advertised on Newegg as having Displayport but according to Lenovo it is only equipped with VGA and DVI-D.
Other Thoughts: Thought this was a steal in order to make an eyefinity setup but did a little research and found out that the specs are incorrect and this monitor doesn't infact have Displayport.
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“The price I paid for it at a big box retailer was a steal compared to here. Great clarity no dead pixels... Does exactly ...”— sharpysharp 1/2/2013
“This monitor is advertised on Newegg as having Displayport but according to Lenovo it is only equipped with VGA and DVI-D.”— 12/24/2012