CES 2016: Lenovo's new borderless 24-inch monitor has Windows Hello support

Windows Hello is a neat new feature in Windows 10 that allows you to log in via an iris scanner or fingerprint reader. Thanks to the integration of Intel's RealSense 3D camera into Lenovo's new ThinkVision X24 Pro monitor, you can use Windows Hello without the need of a seperate camera.

"The ThinkVision X24 contains a borderless and ultraslim design with a 23.8” Full HD (1920x1080) IPS display for great visuals at any angle. Easily connect via mDP or USB Type C or be free from wires with dedicated accessories for wireless connectivity and charging. Experience immersive interaction and great flexibility with integrated RealSense 3D camera," Lenovo explains.

The monitor is really cool as it allows you to charge your phone using wireless WiGig connectivity and A4Wp charging stand. It features a Full HD borderless IPS display with a screen size of 23.8-inches, 250nits, 1000:1 contrast ratio, and 7ms response time.

Lenovo 24-inch monitor
Lenovo 24-inch monitor
Lenovo 24-inch monitor

The monitor will be available in May of 2016 and runs for $399. You can purchase the WiGig bar for $250 or the Wireless Charging Stand for $150, separately.

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