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With so many of us working from home now on a permanent basis, it's worth investing in the right kit to stay productive. We've found a monitor, geared toward professionals, that is included in a sale on Lenovo's website.
The Lenovo ThinkVision P32p-20 monitor typically retails for around $1000 outside of sales events. However, in Lenovo's "You Pay What We Pay" sale -- a promo based on the prices employers of the company are able to take advantage of -- the monitor's price tag has been slashed by 51%, or $535. As a result, you can pick up the monitor for $499.
The Lenovo ThinkVision P32p-20 monitor is equipped with a 31.5-inch Ultra HD (3840x2160) display, engineered to be close to edgeless with high color accuracy at a 16:9 aspect ratio. Furthermore, there is a built-in Ethernet port, USB Type-C, HDMI, DisplayPort, and various USB ports -- which ensures that as a remote worker, you have all the connectivity you need.
If you're also looking to invest in a portable monitor for work purposes, Lenovo's ThinkVision M14 is on sale. The light, portable monitor comes with a 14-inch FHD (1920x1080) IPS screen and USB-C connectivity.
Lenovo is offering 26% off the typical $284 retail price, a discount of $75, bringing the cost down to $209. The sale ends on February 2, giving you plenty of time to pick it up.
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