Easy to setup.
USB connection rather than DVI, VGA or HDMI.
Powered by USB cable.
Does not require an AC adapter or power cord.
Great viewing angle.
Extremely durable build quality.
Colors are washed out.
Cover can be hard to remove.
Viewing angles aren't great.
Screen rotation feature wouldn't work with my 27" iMac.
No VESA mount.
Two and a half pounds.
No functionality outside of strictly being a display.
Weak light grayscale performance.
Lacks picture settings.
Since there is no external power it will drain your laptops battery.
By itproportal.com on June 08, 2012
Enter the Lenovo ThinkVision LT1421, a portable 14-inch monitor driven and powered by your laptop's USB port. Light enough to take with you on the road, this neat little display offers good color and small text performance, and comes with a...-
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
For all of the above reasons, Lenovo's ThinkVision LT1421 is a favorite of ours. This monitor has the pro of being extra portable. Images are amazing and they are achieved over a USB...-
By Trusted Reviews on May 29, 2012
14in 1366 x 768 matt-finish screen Receives power and video through single USB 2.0 cable If you want to optimise productivity, one of the best ways to do it is to get a second monitor. Whether you’re a home, business or professional user, more...-
By ThinkComputers on May 16, 2012
You know you really take multiple displays for granted when you don’t have them anymore. This always happens to me when I travel, and makes adjusting to a single display much harder. Lenovo really did a great job with the ThinkVision LT1421, it...90
By Good Gear Guide on April 12, 2012
Lenovo's ThinkVision LT1421 is a great dual-monitor solution for laptop users. It's light and easy to carry and draws all its power from your laptop's USB port. Its picture quality isn't great, but that's not the main selling point...75
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on April 11, 2012
If you need more screen real estate on the go or on your desk, the Lenovo ThinkVision portable monitor serves as an easy-to-use second screen for any Windows or Mac laptop with a spare USB...80
By The Gadgeteer on March 19, 2012
This post brought to you by Lenovo. All opinions are 100% mine.Is it possible to have a computer monitor that is too large? I think not! More is always better when it comes to screen real estate. But adding a 2nd monitor to your desktop or your laptop...-
By APC Magazine on March 04, 2012
Installing a second monitor on your desktop PC is super easy and can give big gains in productivity, or at least the ability to waste time on meme web sites with twice the efficiency. Notebooks are another story, with few good options for a second...70
By Notebook Review on January 27, 2012
Lenovo's LT1421 Wide Mobile Monitor ended up being a lot better than I originally suspected it would be. Editing photos on the road from CES was made easier by the extra space for Photoshop; the monitor also came in handy for scanning press...70
By PC Mag on January 12, 2012
The Lenovo ThinkVision LT1421 portable 14-inch monitor is a great travel companion for users requiring more screen real-estate while on the road....80