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[Lenovo Canada] [OOS] ThinkVision P27u-10 27'' 4K UHD 100% Adobe RGB Monitor $560-15% Rakuten (45%+ off)

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[Lenovo Canada] [OOS] ThinkVision P27u-10 27'' 4K UHD 100% Adobe RGB Monitor $560-15% Rakuten (45%+ off)

*OOS now it seems. Hope they restock later.

Updated pricing for May 15th:
MSRP $891 on sale for $623.
Use coupon "TAKEACC10" to bring it down to $560.70 (no change)
Now 15% rakuten cash back to bring it down to about $476.

YMMV - additional 10% discount via Verify.ID for students and some essential workers.


This is the only 27inch 100% Adobe RGB 4K monitor I can find under $1000. The other one I was looking at was Dell, but it is almost double the price.
There is no need to go to perkopolis site. The regular site with coupon is cheaper.

The ThinkVision P27u-10 monitor has a black and concise appearance with a full function ergonomic stand. It offers a crystal clear borderless IPS display of 3840x2160 resolution and multiple color space (99.5% AdobeRGB, 145.7% sRGB, 97.9% DCI-P3, 99.5% BT.709), providing professional level accurate images from a wide viewing angle. You can select preferred color space to satisfy your demanding color critical work. Each P27u-10 monitor has also been pre-calibrated to obtain an accurate and consistent color with a factory calibration report.

With built-in power and the rich connectivity of 2HDMI, DP, USB Type-C, P27u-10 satisfies diverse connection demand. All these latest digital connectors enable you to use single cable for UHD resolution. Moreover, equipped with USB Type-C connector, P27u-10 can display, transit data and charge the compatible USB Type-C device with only 1 USB Type-C cable. No more cable cluster on your desk. P27u-10 also has 4 USB3.0 ports, including 1 with BC1.2, which offers quick charge to your USB devices.
Its full function stand supports lift, tilt, pivot and swivel, which are all for your ease of use.

ThinkVision P27u-10 is also certified by TUV Eye Comfort certification, which ensures the best care about your health when using this monitor. The ThinkVision P27u-10 continues the idea of energy saving and environmental protection of Lenovo. It has green features including white LED backlights, and is Energy-Star 7.0, EPEAT Gold, CEL tier 2, and RoHS compliant.

Lenovo display managment software ThinkColor is also provided with ThinkVision P27u-10 to help users efficiently manage the display.

• 27.0" Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) IPS Near-edgeless display
• Professional-grade color of >99% AdobeRGB gamut with pre-calibrated accuracy
• Full functional USB Type-C and all digital ports with ergonomic stand
Features & Benefits

27.0" Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) IPS Near-edgeless display
Professional-grade color of >99% AdobeRGB gamut with pre-calibrated accuracy
Full functional USB Type-C and all digital ports with ergonomic stand
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Sep 28, 2012
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I bought P32u-10 few weeks ago and colour is fantastic - much better than my U3219q. It is the only professional monitor at this price range.
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cheetah33 wrote: This doesn't have Freesync, does it?
No it doesn't - it is standard 60hz ideal for photo/video work instead of gaming.
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kwu0914 wrote: I bought P32u-10 few weeks ago and colour is fantastic - much better than my U3219q. It is the only professional monitor at this price range.
Yes I debated for a bit but I really do not need a 32 inch. I have an existing 1080P 27 inch with 99% sRGB. I may replace it with another P27u-10.

The price for 32 inch is $1008 after coupon less additional 5% cash back = ~ $950 for anyone who's interested.
Member
Nov 4, 2014
309 posts
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Toronto, ON
Are those two HDMIs version 1.4 or 2.0? wasn't able to locate any info from Lenovo.
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archon6784 wrote: Are those two HDMIs version 1.4 or 2.0? wasn't able to locate any info from Lenovo.
It appears to be HDMI 2.0 (clock frequency 600mhz). It is 4k/60 native. You also have displayport and usb C for 4K/60.
The USB C port appears to be either USB2.0+4K/60 or USB3.0+4K/30

https://content.etilize.com/User-Manual/1041315644.pdf
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Newbie
Jul 16, 2019
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I have this and the P32u. They’re both great no complaints. The P27u is practically just a mini version of the P32u.
Newbie
Jun 16, 2016
43 posts
25 upvotes
Website says this monitor supports USB c charging, but doesn't mention the W output limit anywhere (60, 70, 80W max, etc.). Was anyone able to find that information?
Sr. Member
Oct 14, 2014
681 posts
701 upvotes
Southern Ontario
Passingbyhere wrote: Website says this monitor supports USB c charging, but doesn't mention the W output limit anywhere (60, 70, 80W max, etc.). Was anyone able to find that information?
I recall seeing 60W but am having trouble verifying that.
Jr. Member
Jan 16, 2008
171 posts
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I'm guessing 90W, as the manual lists typical consumption as <50W (panel only, I'd assume), and peak consumption as <160W (panel + PD?).

Chalk up the missing 20W(+-5W for rounding errors) as inefficiency. That covers an efficiency range typical for power supplies from decent efficiency to mediocre.

Add more uncertainty for brightness setting, and then just throw up your hands and wtf, but my 90W guess feels right. I can feel it in my nose hairs.
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Passingbyhere wrote: Website says this monitor supports USB c charging, but doesn't mention the W output limit anywhere (60, 70, 80W max, etc.). Was anyone able to find that information?
I couldnt find that either in the manual but it does say maximize power consumption 160w combined, and the monitor itself is about 50w. I suspect there is decent power delivery.
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aomous wrote: damn 40k resolution already!? thats crazy
lol typo
Jr. Member
Nov 19, 2006
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257 upvotes
Edmonton
Just wondering for owners of 27”/32” 4K does the UI scaling work well on Mac and Windows 10 so that the menus and icons don’t look so tiny? And guessing your viewing distance is 2-2.5 feet?

Coming from 1440p QHD 27” Mac or 1440p 32” Win10.
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May 2, 2017
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JordanK86755 wrote: I have this and the P32u. They’re both great no complaints. The P27u is practically just a mini version of the P32u.
I have purchased both recently, and agree they are both exceptional professional monitors for the price. Gamers should look elsewhere because you probably can get faster monitor of equivalent size with less money.

However, what I find annoying is Lenovo's pricing, which although best in class, is never consistent and borderline deceptive. In other words, never pay attention to the discount %. You can see from my screenshots that I actually paid less for both just a few months back in January, and those prices include taxes and are before factoring in Rakuten. It probably had some "40%" off claim, too. OP's prices are decent if you need it now, but Lenovo can and certainly did sell them for less.
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bliz99 wrote: I have purchased both recently, and agree they are both exceptional professional monitors for the price. Gamers should look elsewhere because you probably can get faster monitor of equivalent size with less money.

However, what I find annoying is Lenovo's pricing, which although best in class, is never consistent and borderline deceptive. In other words, never pay attention to the discount %. You can see from my screenshots that I actually paid less for both just a few months back in January, and those prices include taxes and are before factoring in Rakuten. It probably had some "40%" off claim, too. OP's prices are decent if you need it now, but Lenovo can and certainly did sell them for less.
Good to know. Thanks.
$544 vs 560 pre Rakuten. I guess i am keeping my order and stomach the $16 difference for now:)
The 8xx for p32u does look like a great price tho.

The bottom line is - i am very happy that everyone who owns it here so far all very happy about the monitor itself.
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Apr 6, 2007
448 posts
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Toronto
Damn... I just bought the S28u-10 a few weeks ago.. colour accuracy isn't as great as the P27u (99% sRGB & 90% DCI-P3), but also has 4K HDMI 2.0. I got for $313 plus tax which I thought was a pretty decent deal... But this P27U would have been nicer..

https://www.lenovo.com/ca/en/accessorie ... 61E6GAR2US

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