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This screen is great! It connects directly to my macbook pro with the USB-C/USB-3 cable and it charges my laptop while it's plugged in!
It was super easy to install the base and set up was a breeze. It was basically plug-and-play with my laptop (which was not the case with several other brands/items I tried). It adjusts up and down really easily and swivels side to side.
The picture quality is great. It's clear and crisp and I don't feel like my eyes are strained at all from looking at it all day. It's also just the right size: big, but not toooooo big. I am an accountant, so I'm constantly looking at financial documents and spreadsheets with gazillions of numbers.
This screen is perfect for what I do. It's so great, that I bought another one!
Very happy with my Lenovo monitors. I bought two of them to use side by side. I have a similar setup at work but wanted the same for when working from home. You have multiple ways you can connect to the monitors from your PC: via HDMI, DisplayPort or USB-C cable. Make sure you get a quality cable, especially if you intend to take advantage of using the WQHD (Wide Quad HD, or just QHD) resolution. But the monitors also support FHD (Full HD) with its 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, which you may find to be sufficient. When setting up the connections from PC to monitor (or monitor to monitor if you daisy chain to the second monitor), you just have to select the corresponding choice using the buttons in the lower right corner of the monitor. And then you might need to reboot your PC to have it recognize the monitors, assuming it is able to download the correct driver. If you just bought a PC that supports USB-C connection, you don't even need a docking station. You can use the USB-C cable (comes in the box) to connect the laptop or PC to the first monitor and then daisy chain from the first monitor to the second one using a 3 ft. DisplayPort cable (you need to purchase this separately), which is just the right length. That helps reduce the cable clutter. I use this setup with my new Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon Gen 8. For older Thinkpads that don't have a USB-C option, you can instead use a DisplayPort cable to connect to the monitor. An added plus of using the USB-C connection is that it will charge your PC from the monitor via the same cable that carries your data. So all you have to do is plug your monitors in. Lenovo has excellent documentation such as User Guide if you need it. I used it to learn how to do daisy chaining of monitors. Lenovo was out of stock with this monitor, so going with a third party seller was the only option for me. But experience with seller was great.
I was looking for a monitor to connect to my MacBook Pro with minimal wires. This monitor plugs into the wall for power and connects to my laptop with USB-C so I don't need to separately power the laptop. There are only a few monitors with this feature that are reasonably priced (more options with 4K for more money). I compared different top brands online and found this one to be the best value for good quality. So far in using it, I have no complaints.
Great USB-C monitor for MacBook Pro! You’ll need to get a 40gbps or better USB C cable for charging 100W. Has a USB hub on the back, it’s so nice to use on cable. Colors are accurate and I do graphic design so that was really important, came with color calibration report in the box.
This is a great monitor for normal office and home use. Crisp text and images, I can look at it all day without eye strain. I don't play games, so can't speak to that. Otherwise, very happy with the monitor