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Industrial News >> The First 4K USB Type-C Monitor was announced by Lenovo in CES 2016

The wind of USB Type-C is blowing strongly into the IT and Consumer Electronics area. In the coming CES 2016 held in Las Vegas, Lenovo has announced that its new Monitor, ThinkVision X1, was born with 4K USB Type-C port.

In 2016, we’re going to see USB Type-C connector expanding from laptops and smartphones to peripherals, as Asus and Samsung Galaxy S7 are going to feature with USB Type-C ports from the reports.

What’s New of ThinkVision X1?

The ThinkVision X1 is a 27″ 4k IPS display capable of 300 nits of brightness and a 6 ms response time. The tiny bezels keep the footprint down, while the tilt stand and the 178 degree viewing angle means you can set this monitor up pretty easily and see it comfortably from all angles. There are also two built-in 3-watt speakers, a dual-array microphone, and a 1080P webcam, so you’re covered for video chatting or in-game communication.

The Lenovo ThinkVision X1 monitor should ship in March of this year for $800.

Why is a USB Type-C connector important for a 4K monitor?

When people first heard about the USB Type-C connector, a lot was wondering about how Type-C cables would be multi-function — it could be used for charging, data transfer, and even serve as an A/V connection to a monitor. 

But, that’s all stuff we’ve seen before.

What’s exciting is the USB Type-C connector, which will open up some new possibilities. If you’re just using it as a PC monitor, you’ll probably still use HDMI or DisplayPort. But, if you want to use it as a second screen for a laptop or smartphone, you can use the USB Type-C connection, which will simultaneously stream data to the monitor and charge your other device. Not the most common use for a monitor, maybe, but for anyone used to a dual-screen set up powered by their laptop, it’s not a bad bonus.

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