Lenovo LT2013pwA Black (HD+) 20" TN Monitor

Lenovo LT2013pwA Black (HD+) 20" TN Monitor

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Lenovo LT2013pwA Black (HD+) 20" TN Monitor
SKU: ITM0009729

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  • Resolution: 1600x900
  • Contrast: 1000:1
  • Max Brightness: 250nits
  • Response Time: 5ms
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The Lenovo ThinkVision LT2013p LCD monitor is a mainstream monitor for users seeking a distinct viewing experience. An elegant and minimalistic design is complimented by its 19.5" LED backlit panel. Packed with a USB Hub and an array of connectivity options, the LT2013p provides users the benefit of better manageability and a more streamlined user experience.
  Specification

Additional Information

Part Numbers No
Brand Lenovo
Colour Black
Grade B
Screen Size 20"
Max Resolution 1600x900
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Inputs HDMI, VGA, Display Port
Vesa Mount Compatible Yes
Response Time 5ms
Contract Ratio 1000:1
Colour 16.7 million
Panel Type TN
Backlight LED
Max Brightness 250nits
  Warranty
All refurbished Displays from bargain hardware are supported by a 1 Year Return-To-Base warranty, covering all integral hardware and parts/components that affect the functionality of the equipment.





At bargain hardware we only deal with enterprise and business class hardware from world leading manufacturers. Originally sold with lengthy 3-5 year warranties, the Displays we sell are designed with robust architecture for the ultimate reliability.





Our standard 1 Year Warranty provides sufficient time to allow you to fully 'soak test' your purchase and discover any unlikely, underlying issues. Modern systems have at most only a single mechanical part (the hard drive) and failure rates of the main electrical components (processor, memory and motherboard) are incredibly low.