The company calls the new products universal models that are suitable for both work and entertainment. The Lenovo L24q-35 is a compact monitor with a 23.8-inch screen, while the Lenovo Q27q-1L offers a larger diagonal of 27 inches.
The Lenovo L24q-35 is equipped with an IPS panel with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels – a rather atypical solution for a 23.8-inch model, which gives a pixel density of 123 PPI (approximately this indicator will be in a Full HD display with a diagonal of 17″). The color coverage is standard, 99% sRGB, the maximum brightness is 300 nits, the refresh rate is 75 Hz (finally, the universal models get rid of the “standard” of 60 Hz).
The Lenovo Q27q-1L features a stylish stand design, equipped with a 27-inch IPS panel with the same resolution (2560×1440), the same color coverage (99% sRGB) and a refresh rate of 75 Hz and a maximum brightness of 250 nits. Both models are equipped with HDMI and DisplayPort video inputs and built-in stereo speakers (2×2 W in the younger model and 2×3 W in the older one).
Lenovo L24q-35 is available in Ukraine at a recommended price of UAH 9,599, Lenovo Q27q-1L — UAH 11,999.