Lenovo recently updated their display line with three new consumer models. Among them was the L2461x, Lenovo’s first multitouch-capable standalone display.
We first saw the L2461x at CES (see video) back in January. The L2461x features a whopping 24-inch capacitive touch display. The cost reflects the pricey technology, though, coming in at close to $600, right about where Lenovo originally said it would.
In addition to the large touch display, Lenovo also brought up the L2261 and L2361p, both 1920×1080 panels. The monitors are 21.5 and 23 inches respectively. The 23-inch L2361p adds a design very similar to the touch-enabled L2461x, adding integrated speakers, microphone, webcam and three USB2.0 ports.
There’s no pricing or availability yet for the two secondary monitors, and while the L2461x doesn’t seem to have any official pricing out, the independent vendor listings again coincide with what earlier informatio nsuggested (despite a Dutch Lenovo site pricing it at a stratospheric $1145).
Full spec sheets for all three displays: