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To get an early start to CES 2014, electronics giant Lenovo announced a new 28" Android-powered all-in-one 4K display to add to its substantial line of display products. According to Lenovo's press release and spec sheet, we can expect Android 4.3, a Tegra 4 processor, and a plethora of other features. Here's the official list according to Lenovo's spec sheet:

  • Cutting edge 28-inch ultra-high resolution 3840x2160 monitor
  • High performance SOC with Android 4.3 and powered by NVIDIA® Tegra® for a new entertainment experience
  • Full 10-point touch display for PCs
  • “Tap to Connect” technology allows for seamless syncing of secondary devices to the monitor
  • Miracast with back control for smart device connectivity
  • Extra USB ports for phone charging and peripherals, as well as additional HDMI ports for extreme connectivity
  • FHD 2.0 megapixel camera for high definition video
  • Powerful 5W stereo speakers
  • Noise-cancelling dual array microphones for clear voice recognition
  • Ergonomic design for users with slim/sexy ID (dual side diamond-cutting)

ThinkVision_28_01

As its release date draws closer, Lenovo will most-likely release more details in the hopes of exciting the "tech savvies", like a full list of inputs and what services it will be compatible with at launch. The ThinkVision 28 arrives in July and starts at $1,199.

ThinkVision Spec Sheets_Page_1

Source: BusinessWire, Lenovo

Shawn De Cesari
Shawn is a web developer by day and XDA's resident archivist for Nexus and Google Play Edition device OTA updates by night. When not immersing himself in code or Android, he can be found hunting down antique signs, taking road trips, listening to music, or playing video games. His phone of choice is a Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
  • Fatal1ty_93_RUS

    Ladies and gentlemen, meet the new tech trend of 2014 - Android-powered monoblocks

  • icyrock1

    For $1,200 dollars, you can bet your sweet ass even the less tech savy will be looking at the specs (likely asking there tech savy family members if it's worth it).

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Shawn De Cesari

      Yeah, this thing had better be a beast if they're going to ask that much scratch.

  • sri_tech

    Too pricey IMO because you can get below one for the same price.
    http://www.microsoftstore.com/store/msusa/en_US/pdp/Lenovo-IdeaCentre-A730-10123-Touchscreen-All-in-One/productID.282308000

    27 inch Quad HD display,
    Haswell core i7,
    8GB RAM,
    Nvidia GT745M 2GB graphics,
    1TB HDD.

    Lenovo should reduce the price by a huge amount.

    • Gabernasher

      "Quad HD resolution of 2560 x 1440"

      Not quite 4K and the original price was 1799

      I do think it should have a real processor though.

    • Spydasweb

      Bugger Windows...........

  • Spydasweb

    July?????????????????????

    Why both????????????????

  • BrazenRain

    No stylus? Oh wait, that's Cintiq territory, isn't it

  • Jahongir

    Do these feature HDMI in to double as a standard PC/Mac monitor?

    • enoch861

      Yes. It has 3 HDMI ports.

  • Sergii Pylypenko

    One inch longer than Acer's offering for the same price, but display is probably not IPS, because they do not boast about that.

  • TheLastAngel

    I'll take the screen for 900$, thank you!

  • Urtho

    Would be nice if it was actually 4K, however it is not the professional standard that is 4K, it is QHD. There are a few thousand pixels difference, as well as 4K being 17:9, and QHD being 16:9.

    • whb_3

      The specs say 3840x2160, which would be the standard 4k. QHD is 3200x1800.