Lenovo Named As Top Monitor Brand In The Philippines

Lenovo Named As Top Monitor Brand In The Philippines


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Global tech innovator Lenovo was recently cited by market intelligence firm IDC as the number one PC monitor brand in the Philippines. It emerged on top during the third quarter of 2020 with 66,082 shipments, equivalent to 22% of the total PC monitor market share locally.

Lenovo’s strong performance in the period saw its share in the market grow by 6% from the previous quarter where it made 26,882 shipments. This development also showed a Year-over-Year (YOY) growth of 8%, signifying a highly successful year for the company’s ever-expanding PC monitor portfolio.

The company owes its success to the many innovations it made to better serve customers facing the “new normal” brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our success in the PC monitor segment solidifies our drive for constant innovation in our products as we strive to deliver smarter technology for all. This time, we heavily focused on improving the ability of our PC monitors in extending the productivity of our customers in the comfort of their own homes by including cutting-edge technology known in Lenovo devices. We made our screens bigger, more color accurate, portable, and in the case of gamers, come out with more resolution and high refresh rates for complete immersion. Our monitors also include added connectivity and viewing options to unlock new opportunities whether for work, online school, entertainment, or gaming,” said Michael Ngan, Lenovo Philippines President and General Manager.

Under its arsenal of product offerings, Lenovo currently has a total of seven PC monitor lines available catering to different types of users and segments:

· ThinkVision – Employees

· ThinkVision M – Mobile workforce

· Q Series – Content creators

· Y/Legion Series – Hardcore gamers

· G Series – Mainstream gamers

· L Series – Monitors for mainstream or everyday use

· D Series – Value-for-money monitors

Lenovo’s entire PC monitor lineup contains many features useful in any setting. Some of them include color-accurate display panels with 99% sRGB and 72% NTSC or higher for better color accuracy, thin bezels for larger screen viewing, and high refresh rates for smoother visuals in action-packed movies and fast-paced games.To protect the user’s eyes, Lenovo made its monitors TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort-certified to reduce the harmful effects of blue light. Lenovo’s monitors also have both VGA and HDMI ports, and their VESA mount compatibility adds more freedom upon use.

Furthermore, all Lenovo monitors come with an exceptional 3-Year Warranty that’s designed to give users peace of mind as it entails smarter IT service solutions that increase system uptime and productivity, reduce costs, and secure data. Some monitors can be upgraded to Lenovo’s 3-Year Premier Support solution, a hassle-free, end-to-end service that provides a single point of contact and direct access to Lenovo Tech Specialists, cementing Lenovo’s position as an integrated solutions provider that leads service-led transformation and helps enable Modern IT environments where companies no longer need to worry about configuration, deployment, and IT management tasks.

Some of Lenovo’s popular monitors geared towards bolstering productivity are the ThinkVision S22e-19 (PHP 5,500), ThinkVision E2054 (PHP 4,490), and ThinkVision M14t (PHP 19,995) portable monitor.

Both the ThinkVision S22e-19 and the ThinkVision E2054 come with a 178°/178° viewing angle and an In-Plane Switching (IPS) display, which ensure a best-in-class viewing experience without color distortion. The ThinkVision S22e-19 has a full-HD display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution, while the ThinkVision E2054 has a monitor with a maximum resolution of 1440 x 900, ensuring clearer and vibrant images when viewing worksheets. Meanwhile, the portable ThinkVision M14t is built to boost on-the-go productivity with its weight of only 1.5 pounds and USB 3.2 Type-C compatibility which allows even smartphones to present through the monitor. For added interactivity during meetings, the ThinkVision M14thas a tilt angle of -5° to 90, making viewing and presenting proposals easier. Presentations are clear and crisp too through its 14.0″ IPS Panel that has 1920 x1080 resolution, 300 nits of brightness, and a 60Hz refresh rate.

Other popular Lenovo PC monitor options available are the Lenovo D19-10 (PHP 3,495), Lenovo L22e-20 (PHP 4,995), and the Lenovo G25-10 (PHP 9,995) gaming monitor. Designed to be an everyday workhorse, the Lenovo D19-10 offers a hassle-free user experience and gets any job done in clarity with its 18.5″ 1366×768 resolution display, 200 nits of brightness, and 16:9 aspect ratio. The L22e-10, on the other hand, comes with Lenovo’s Near Edgeless 21.5″ Full HD display that allows for incredible clarity while watching videos or creating content for work. It also has an innovative Quick Release Tilt Stand and easier connectivity with its VGA, HDMI, and audio jack ports.

Lastly, with just a price tag of PHP 9,995, the Lenovo G25-10 is the best value-for-money gaming monitor out now. It contains many features found in high-end gaming monitors that improve overall gameplay, such as a 144Hz refresh rate, a 1ms GtG response time,72% NTSC color accuracy panel that enables impeccable color quality, and NVIDIA G-SYNC compatibility, which adds smoother visual delivery with virtually no screen tearing and stuttering.

Lenovo’s monitors are available in all Lenovo and Legion concept stores and Lenovo authorized resellers nationwide. They can also be availed from Lenovo Official Flagship stores in Lazada. For more information, visit thewebsite<lenovo.com/ph> or reach out via Facebook to Lenovo Philippines<fb.com/lenovophilippines>, Legion Philippines<fb.com/lenovolegionPH>, or Think PC Philippines<fb.com/ThinkPCPhilippines>.

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