What does $800 get you from Lenovo these days? Turns out, on the display front at least, it'll get you a 20-inch
1600x1200 LCD that can pivot 90 degrees and that's about it. Want speakers or extra USB ports? Not here. Want software
to rotate the image as you pivot the display? it'll cost an extra $35. It's not surprising, then, that PC Mag
gave the display lukewarm review, saying that even die-hard ThinkPad/ThinkCenter fans might "want to think twice
before making the leap with this monitor." Hey, at least it has a classic IBM logo on the top. That alone might
make it worth something in a few years, when Lenovo's deal to keep using the brand expires.