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Lenovo ThinkVision T27h Monitor Review

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A productivity monitor from Lenovo under its ThinkVision business group stands out when you rotate it. The ThinkVision T27h Monitor was with us for a few weeks to test and share our thoughts through this review.

But first, if you decide to buy later, here’s the unboxing part.

You’ll get a pretty straightforward and easy-to-assemble item.

Upon opening the box, you’ll get the base plate first, which has a toll-less screw to connect to the main arm.


The ThinkVision T27h is an almost bezel-less monitor except for the chin with branding and some physical buttons.

Upon assembly, I know that I already have a sturdy monitor to worth with.

That base plate has a slot that is useful only as a smartphone stand.

The stand’s ergonomic design makes it easy for me to rotate my monitor into portrait mode, giving me a fresh perspective and boosting my productivity.

Once I wanted to return to the landscape mode, I could pivot and tilt the monitor to adjust to my configuration.

I immediately noticed the absence of any extra wires, and within 15 minutes of unboxing and setting up, it was ready to go.


Ports are one of the most important components of a monitor. Fortunately for, the ThinkVision T27h Monitor, it has the most uncomplicated port I need for my work.

For your reference, the ThinkVision T27h Monitor has a USB Type C port, HDMI 1.4, four USB Type A, display port 1.2, and audio output.

As somebody that uses a Macbook Air M1, the USB C thunderbolt included in the monitor is the only cable, I need to connect the external monitor and power the Macbook Air M1.

What a convenience!

I just needed two cables in this setup.

The power cable of the ThinkVision T27h monitor and the USB C thunderbolt was enough for my productivity setup.


As a freelancer who stay most of the time in front of my workstation, I always change the layout of my work space.

The ThinkVision T27h is so versatile I can change its orientation to fit my mood.

I can have it on portrait mode so I can stack three working space within one screen.

Or view one whole page of any website like in the photo above.

I did not observe any problems with the viewing angle of the ThinkVision T27h during my testing. Moreover, I found that all colors were displayed with great accuracy.

In addition to the edge-less bezels, you get anti-glare technology to reduce eye strain.

The monitor’s resolution is impressive, with Quad HD pixels. The resolution is 2560 x 1440, higher than the FHD pixel-resolution is far better. There is also 99% sRGB color gamut coverage for improved color contrast, vividness, and brightness.

If you’re employed in the creative field, like graphic designing or video editing, you’ll love this monitor.


If you want to be more productive, the Lenovo ThinkVision T27h-20 27″ 16:9 QHD IPS Monitor is a great choice.

This monitor has a resolution of 2560 x 1440 and a thin 2mm bezel that makes the screen simpler and easier to see.

This makes it great for watching videos, editing photos, and working on documents. Its bezels are also great for setting up multiple monitors.

With a USB Type-C port, you can plug in your laptop and use just one cable to transfer video, audio, data, and power.

The monitor is also very flexible.

You can turn the screen 90 degrees in either direction, change the height, tilt, and swivel it to suit your needs.

The monitor also has a 4-port USB 3.1 Gen 1 hub that makes it easy to connect devices.

ThinkVision T27h-20 27 Review Summary

Design - 9.5
Connectivity - 9.5
Performance - 9.5


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