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Lenovo T32h-20 (C19315QT0) 31.5inch Monitor 2K IPS Monitor $599 Delivered (Was $749) @ Lenovo eBay

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Do more than just optimise your productivity with the ThinkVision T32h-20 monitor. Get an enhanced view of, and easily navigate through, documents, spreadsheets, or designs on this sleek display that complements your modern workspace. Its vast 31.5-inch screen with QHD resolution delivers more screen real estate with higher clarity than FHD, making data-intensive work, number crunching, and content editing a breeze. The one-cable solution USB Type-C, HDMI, and DP ports provide multiple interface options. Integrated with Smart Power, the USB Type-C also doubles up as a charger for dynamic consumption and intelligent power management.

Display Resolution 2560 x 1440
Brightness 350 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio 1000:1

Connection Type
1 x USB Type-C Gen1 (DP1.2 Alt Mode)
1 x HDMI1.4
1 x DP1.2
1 x Audio Out (3.5mm)
1 x USB 3.1 Gen1 port (Upstream, by USB Type-C)
4 x USB 3.1 Gen1 ports (Downstream, incl. 1 x BC)

Response Time 4 ms (gray to gray) at extreme mode, 6 ms (gray to gray) at normal mode
Panel Type In-Plane Switching (IPS)
Stand Lift, Tilt, Pivot, Swivel
EU Energy Rating A+
Power Requirement AC 100 to 240 V (50-60 Hz)
Brand ThinkVision
Antiglare Yes
Color Calibration Accuracy Yes
Color Coverage 99% sRGB
Color Depth 10-bit
Color Support 1.07 Billion
Dimensions without Package 235.0 x 469.4 x 714.6 mm, 9.25 x 18.48 x 28.13 inches
Eye Caring Yes
Head only Dimentions 714.6 x 426.0 x 51.0 mm, 28.13 x 16.77 x 2.01 inches
Height-Adjustable Yes
Kensington Lock Yes
Near Edgeless Yes
Optional Soundbar Support Yes
Power Consumption 28 W Typ. 138 W Max.
TCO Edge 2
Weight Head Only 6.78 kg, 14.95 lbs.
Weight with Package 12.96 kg, 28.57 lbs.
Weight without Package 9.85 kg, 21.72 lbs.
Supported Operating Systems OS Independent

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closed Comments

  • +6 votes

    PRICE in title
    STORE in title

    read the posting rules.

    • +2 votes

      Chill…

    • +11 votes

      Could this be the first time the first vote on one of jv's comments isn't a neg?

    • +5 votes

      Done mate….. take it easy

  • +4 votes

    price in title

    • +3 votes

      Done

  • +1 vote

    This seems like a good deal aside from it not being 4k everything else seems to be a tick in the boxes.

  • +2 votes

    75W power delivery is not bad for most laptops

  • +3 votes
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    For $50 less and no Type-C, you can also consider this LG UltraWide

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      that LG is not 2k

      1080 on a 34 incher will look awesome if you sit a block away from it

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        It is not 1080. It is 2K and has the same resolution of 2560 x 1080 like this Lenovo and an IPS Display. See detailed specs here.

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          youre wrong.

          this Lenovo is 2560 x 1440

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          The LG one has a very uncommon resolution. Normally 34" 2K with 21:9 ratio should be 3440×1440. The LG advertises 2560x1080 which is actually FHD. The Loenovo is 2560X1440 which is 2K / QHD

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    What is refresh rate? 60hz? I am looking for something higher.

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    Is this a brand new monitor as there are no reviews anywhere?

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      Monitor announcement date was 17/12/2019 https://psref.lenovo.com/Detail/ThinkVision/ThinkVision_T32h...

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      Hmm, yeah not much is there, anyone in the professional community (ozb) with first hand experience (of using this monitor of course)

      • +1 vote

        Having purchased the 27” model of this monitor, it does the job but the stand is flimsy. Going up to a 32” I feel like it’s going to be very similar or worse.
        Love the USB c port directly to my laptop for work and personal as it works like a dock keeping all cables tidy.

        Can say it’s a good monitor but only for work purposes. If you’re looking at gaming, you’re gonna have a bad time (standard 60hz refresh rates)

  • +1 vote

    What is the warranty of the product john

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      Hopeless that Lenovo didn't even include in the listing or answer this question

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      Chatting with imon from Lenovo confirmed 3 years base warranty. The warranty varies from monitor to monitor and for this particular model, it is 3 years

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        probably would've bought it if they'd just published that fact or answered when I asked them! Oh well.

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    $600 really?

    LG has similar model for $400-450 and Viewsonic $350-400

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      No USB-C connection at that price, though. Appealing to those who want a clean desktop with just one cable.