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The Lenovo Laiku K4829U e-sports gaming monitor is official with massive screen size. This is a gaming monitor, but it doesn’t come with an in-built processor. It’ll support a high refresh rate and a bright and vivid display to help users get the most out of it.

Lenovo Laiku monitor specifications and features

Lenovo Laiku monitor

This monitor comes with a massive 48-inch OLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. The large screen will support a 135000:1 high static contrast ratio. It’d also use self-luminous pixels, which have a response speed of 1ms.

The peak brightness of this monitor reaches 700 nits. It might not be the brightest, but it definitely will get the job done. This amount of brightness is possible by the HDR image analysis technology. The monitor also comes with support for FreeSync and G-Sync.

For connectivity, it features a USB-C interface, which supports connection with other devices. Such connection via this port will have a maximum display output of 4K and 120Hz. The USB-C ports offer a 90W power supply and reverse charge. Other ports are the HDMI 2.1 and display port 1.4 there are also two 16W stereo speakers on the monitor. 

Laiku 48-inch monitor price and availability

For pricing the new Lenovo monitor retails for 7,999 yuan (~$1,193), there are no available variants with this monitor. It’s currently available for purchase in some Chinese online retail stores. We aren’t certain as to the availability or launch of this monitor in other regions.

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