The Extremely Well Endowed ThinkVision P44W-10
Beyond Ultrawide, 49 Inches Of 32:10
If a 16:10 aspect ratio just doesn’t float your boat then how about doubling that with Lenovo’s new P44W-10, with a 3840 x 1200 resolution, a peak brightness of 450 nits and a 144Hz refresh rate? Imagine RDR2 or the upcoming release of Flight Simulator with a curved widescreen that all but fills your field of view? Currently on sale for a mere $1356.25US, it will cost you more than a VR headset but you can avoid the nausea sometimes associated with them and besides you are buying the monitor to increase your productivity, right?
The Register tested it out and were impressed by how easily it connected and configured to a laptop, read more about just how easy to use and impressive looking the display is here. If this isn’t enough for you, check out the Samsung CRG9 that RPS reviewed below.
A PIP mode can take two inputs to create illusion of two 24-inch 16:10 monitors, allowing a user to attach two feeds. We, however, spent most of our time revelling in the glory that was the full 43.4 inches.