Lenovo ThinkVision T86, T75, and T65 Large Format Displays Will Make Remote Meetings and Classrooms More Collaborative, Interactive, and Engaging

Ahead of CES 2022, we’ve got word that there’s a new line-up of Lenovo ThinkVision large format displays designed for remote and in-person classrooms and meetings. The Lenovo ThinkVision T86, T75, and T65 are each 4K displays that come sized by inches corresponding to their names. Each ThinkVision Display has integrated whiteboard software that offers a comfortable writing experience for the person presenting; each display comes complete with speakers, microphones, and modular webcams, so they are ideally suited for collaborating with people —in-person or over conference calls.

Lenovo ThinkVision T86 front

Lenovo ThinkVision T86

Trying to work with others, give presentations, or teach students remotely has always been a challenge. Still, if anything, the past couple of years have shown a need for a hybrid way to engage, interact, and collaborate with others when you can’t all be gathered in the same location.

The Lenovo ThinkVision T86, T75, and T65 may be the perfect solution if this is something that your business or education space has been struggling with.

With these large format displays, you’ll be able to teach classes and hold teleconferences, and deliver presentations on-screen using the embedded software or from a PC via a wired connection (with a video cable) or a wireless connection (with the W20 wireless dongle). The eight microphones in the displays will ensure that when others have the opportunity to speak (within the mic’s 26′ range), their voices will be heard; there are also two built-in 15W speakers for wide-angle, clear audio everywhere in the room.

The Lenovo ThinkVision T86, T75, and T65 include a 4K, AI-enhanced webcam with 122º field of view and 4x digital zoom, and there is a voice tracking function to keep the focus on the speaker when they inevitably start walking around, brainstorming their next big idea or illustrating a point.

Tracking keeps the focus on the speaker, even when they move around

The detachable 4K webcam — which includes a shutter and a privacy light — is connected to the display by a cableless USB connector; the camera is secured with an anti-theft screw.

Lenovo ThinkVision T75

Lenovo ThinkVision T75

With the ThinkVision displays ranging in size from 65″ to 86″, presenters and teachers will be able to make notes, doodle, draw flow charts, or do any of the things they would usually do on a Whiteboard. But because the Lenovo ThinkVision T86, T75, and T65 are infinitely scalable, being limited by the borders or size of a traditional whiteboard won’t ever be an issue.

Lenovo ThinkVision T86

A finger or stylus can be used to highlight, move and erase notes in real-time, which will result in a natural, lag-free writing experience.

The Lenovo ThinkVision T86, T75, and T65  large format displays have a maximum brightness of 400 nits. Their brightness will be automatically adjusted to fit the room’s light, so the picture on their screen will stay balanced and comfortable for viewers — keeping them focussed on the material being presented.

These displays will automatically turn on when participants enter the conference room or classroom, and they will turn off when they leave, saving time and energy.

A Quad-Core ARM Cortex A73 processor powers the Lenovo ThinkVision T86, T75, and T65 with an ARM Mali-G52 MC2 GPU, and they run an embedded Android 9 operating system. The displays have an easy-to-navigate, simple graphical user interface for accessing the most common functions and applications.

Lenovo ThinkVision T65

Lenovo ThinkVision T65

Users can insert webpages and documents right into what’s showing on the whiteboard; annotations can be made, highlighted, copied, or deleted, and users can zoom in or out of specific areas of the notes or drawings. There’s even an on-screen recording system that will record what’s being written as it happens, so it can be played back later if required.

Lenovo ThinkVision LFD connectivity

Plenty of ports are available on the Lenovo ThinkVision T86, T75, and T65 for connecting peripherals, including HDMI, DP, or USB-C, which support high-resolution video. USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports are available for connection to compatible peripheral devices, including cameras, microphones, and more; there’s also an RJ45 port to support a stable and secure internet connection.

 If your company, organization, or classroom needs to collaborate with others in person and remotely, the new Lenovo ThinkVision T86, T75, and T65 are worth considering. By offering an integrated whiteboard and writing or drawing experience — along with speakers, microphones, and webcams designed for video conferencing — these new Lenovo ThinkVision large format displays will make your next meeting or class session much more interactive and collaborative!

 The Lenovo ThinkVision T86, T75, and T65 all feature the same technical specifications, including:

• 4K resolution up to 400nits brightness with Antiglare coating

• Infrared touch with +/-1mm touch accuracy

• High-performance system-on-chip with embedded Android, 4G RAM, and 64GB Flash memory

• Wireless projection through W20 wireless dongle

• Multiple input and output ports, including USB Type-C, USB 3.0, HDMI, DisplayPort, Ethernet, Serial interface, and Audio.

• Ambient light sensor adapts brightness to suit room conditions

• Human presence sensor will save energy by detecting user presence and automatically turns the display on and will turn off once all participants have left the room

• Two 15-Watt speakers, a built-in 8-array microphone, and a 4K AI-enhanced camera

Whether you have a small or large-sized meeting room, brainstorming and collaborating in-person or remotely has never been so easy and natural!

Is this just what you’ve been looking for? All three models will be available starting in April 2022; the Lenovo ThinkVision T86 will sell for $7999, the ThinkVision T75 for $6999, and the ThinkVision T65 for $4999. You can learn more here

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Judie Lipsett Stanford
Judie is the co-owner and Editor-in-Chief of Gear Diary, which she founded in September 2006. She started in 1999 writing software reviews at the now-defunct smaller.com; from mid-2000 through 2006, she wrote hardware reviews for and co-edited at The Gadgeteer. A recipient of the Sigma Kappa Colby Award for Technology, Judie is best known for her device-agnostic approach, deep-dive reviews, and enjoyment of exploring the latest tech, gadgets, and gear.

1 Comment on "Lenovo ThinkVision T86, T75, and T65 Large Format Displays Will Make Remote Meetings and Classrooms More Collaborative, Interactive, and Engaging"

  1. Fifty years ago, this was literally science fiction, as in the viewscreens on Star Trek.

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