It has 10-point multitouch and Tegra 3-based hardware like on tablets
The ThinkVision Pro2840m may be a regular-looking UHD monitor, but the ThinkVision 28 is different, adding tablet capabilities to the regular spec sheet of the 4K monitor (3840 x 2160 pixels resolution).This confirms a premature leak I spotted last week about the ThinkVision 28, and the product is as strange as I first thought.
Outwardly a normal display (as normal as a tablet-shaped model can look anyway, when it has a stand that lets it lean back), it integrates the abilities of the sorts of slates you could find on sale everywhere one or two years back.
Tegra 3 isn't being used in tablets anymore, not much, but Lenovo decided that it would do fine in this product, supporting the Android 4.3 OS, Ethernet, a microSD card slot, NFC, Miracast, Bluetooth 4.0, 2 GB RAM and 32 GB storage space.
As for the touch input, it can track 10 points/fingers at the same time. All for $1,199 / €1,199 starting July.