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Lenovo ThinkVision LT2024


  • Model: LT2024
  • Units in Stock: 3
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The Lenovo ThinkVision LT2024 20-inch LED backlit LCD Monitor (60B9-HAR1-WW) is an economical display solution for any environment. With a consistently narrow, 16.8mm bezel, the LT2024 is optimized for multi-monitoring. Tiny PCs, 3rd party Thin Clients, and the Lenovo® USB soundbar are supported with ease. For consummate visuals, the LT2024 offers a 16:9 aspect ratio, 1600 x 900 native display resolution, and VGA and DVI connectors. If you need a monitor that offers value for money, mesmerizing visuals, and strong green values, look no further than the ThinkVision® LT2024.

Features and Benefit:

20”-inch TN TFT LED backlit Monitor
LED Backlight panel
TCO Display 6.0 and TCO Display Edge 1.2
EPEAT Gold / ULE Gold / TUV Green Mark
Energy Star 6.0
Mercury / Arsenic free Glass
RoHS /China RoHS Compliance
Plastic Material Recycle Content > 85%
Digital Controls with 8 languages OSD
HDCP Support, Win7/Win 8/Win8.1 Premium Logo
Tiny mounting support via VESA Bracket

Feature Specification
Monitor Size 20 inch (284.7mm (H)x478.4mm (V))
Viewable image size 20-inch (508 mm)
Maximum viewable area (H x V) 442.8mm (H) x 249.075mm (V) mm
Native Resolution 1600 x 900
Contrast Ratio (typical) 1000 : 1
Brightness (typical) 250 cd/m2
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Pixel Pitch (mm) 0.2768 x 0.2768 mm
Colors 16.7 million
Horizontal viewing angle
170 degrees (at 10:1 contrast ratio)

Vertical viewing angle 160 degrees (at 10:1 contrast ratio)
Response time (typical;on/off) 5 ms
Video input VGA, DVI-D
Signal cable - VGA 1.8 m
Signal cable – DVI 1.8 m
SYNC Type Separate TTL
SYNC on Green No
Bezel width (left & right) 14.4mm
Tilt -5~22 degrees backward
Swivel 0 degrees
Lift 0mm
Pivot 0 degree, clockwise
Soundbar Attachment Optional Soundbar
VESA mount 100 x 100 mm
Kensington lock slot Yes
OSD languages 8
Preset display modes 24
User-defined display modes 24
VESA DDC capable 2B/CI
Power supply Internal power
Power cord 1.8 m
ISO 9241-307 compliant :Yes
On- Screen Display (OSD) Menu Control:

Digital user controls are located on the front bezel, to the left of the power on/off pushbutton. Adjustments are made in conjunction with the OSDs. After adjustments are made, with exception of brightness, contrast, and auto adjust, the controls can be locked to prevent further changes. User setup values are stored automatically. For ease of use, there is direct access for when using dual input, auto setup, and brightness.

Monitor controls and features include:

Brightness / Contrast
Image Position – H / V Position
Image Set-up
Automatic Setup
Manual Setup
Image Properties
Color : Mode 1 (Preset –7200K , sRGB, 6500K,9300K),
Mode 2 (Custom – R,G,B, Save) (Reddish , sRGB, Neutral , Bluish )
Input Signal
Language Selection
Menu Position – Default, Custom (H / V)
Reset – Cancel, O.K
Accessibility – Button Repeat Rate(Off, Default, Slow), Menu Timeout (5 to 60sec)

Additional Information

  • Model: LT2024
  • 3 Units in Stock

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General Product Information

All products are being sold as new, unless otherwise stated. Where applicable, product condition will be described. Pre-owned items carry a 90 day warranty and come with power adaptor unless otherwise stated.

To verify condition, please email or call 876-285-0133

**GCT to be added at checkout for all products. Payable in Jamaica.

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 08 October, 2014.

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