Lenovo ThinkVision M14 14″ Full HD 1920×1080 IPS Monitor – 300 Nit 6ms 2xUSB Type-C Ports Widescreen Backlit LED LCD Mobile

(5 customer reviews)


Screen Size 14 Inches
Display Resolution Maximum 1920×1080
Brand Lenovo
Special Feature Anti Glare Screen
Refresh Rate 60

  • 14″ Fhd 1920 x 1080 IPS
  • 16. 7 million colors, 300 nit typical, 6ms with old – 60 Hz refresh
  • 2 x USB Type-C ports that supports DisplayPort 1. 2 Alt Mode and Pd2. 0
  • Low Blue Light Technology, Kensington lock slot
  • Tilt adjustable, weight 1. 26 pounds



Boost on-the-go productivity and collaboration with the ultra-portable think Vision M14 mobile display. This 14″ Monitor weighs just 570g and is compatible with any device with an advanced USB-C port. Whether you’re presenting to clients or just want to get things done on the road, The think Vision M14 helps you make your good work, better. Looking to give yourself an edge when it comes to mobile productivity? Check out the think Vision M14. This ultra-portable 14″ Fhd mobile display connects to your laptop via USB-C to give you extra screen real estate for your own work-and a great way to share content with clients and colleagues. Its ergonomic design Lets you control the viewing angle-and thanks to ports on both sides, It’s friendly to right- and left-handed users. Think Vision M14: The modern solution for mobile productivity. At just 570g and 4. 4mm, the think Vision M14 mobile display won’t weigh you down. And despite its ultra-portable design, it delivers great visuals on its FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS display. The think Vision M14 mobile display features two advanced USB-C ports that simultaneously support power and video. Its “power pass through” Design lets you charge both the think Vision M14 and your laptop with a single adapter. Be sure your laptop, tablet, or smartphone has a full-function USB-C connector that supports display port 1. 2 Alt Mode and PD2. 0. The think Vision M14 mobile display’s flexible design lets you work The way you want to. It has ports on both the right and left sides for easy alignment. The monitor has a -5° to 90° tilt angle and an adjustable foot lets you change the height to your liking. And it comes with its own protective sleeve for carefree travel. What’s in the box 1 x think Vision M14 USB-C mobile monitor 1 x stand 1 x think Vision M14 Sleeve 1 x USB Type-C cable (1M) 1 x QSG 1 x pair of clips.

Additional information

Weight 1.3 kg
Dimensions 3.82 × 12.72 × 8.23 cm
Screen Resolution

1920 x 1080 pixels

Max Screen Resolution




Item model number


Item Weight

1.3 pounds

Product Dimensions

3.82 x 12.72 x 8.23 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

3.82 x 12.72 x 8.23 inches



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Date First Available

October 9 2019





5 reviews for Lenovo ThinkVision M14 14″ Full HD 1920×1080 IPS Monitor – 300 Nit 6ms 2xUSB Type-C Ports Widescreen Backlit LED LCD Mobile

  1. vctaillon

    Should be advertised clearly as limited to thunderbolt type c connection only.Very high quality made hardware however disappointingly limited. Lenovo did not try to make it compatible and more universal for all laptops with a USB type A to mini hdmi port connection. Should be advertised clearly as limited to thunderbolt type c connection only.

  2. Peter Novotnak

    Excellent Portable MonitorAs far as portable monitors go, this is hard to beat. I initially selected this display after purchasing an ASUS MB16AC. That monitor was OK, but I found the case/ stand a deal breaker. The purpose of a portable monitor is to be _portable_ and the stand with the ASUS is not robust or easy to configure on an uneven surface. The crux of the issue is that the ASUS and other folio-style stands is that they don’t allow continuous adjustment.Enter the lenovo. It weighs about as much as the _case_ for the ASUS. It’s stand offers stability and continuous adjustment just like a laptop. It offers 45w passthrough, which should be enough if your laptop only has one USB-C port or you’re using a phone. And not only does it have ports on either side, they are not flush with the display surface. This allows the display to sit flush with your laptop display – something I didn’t anticipate being one of my favorite things about this monitor.All in all, the display panel itself is about as good as it could be. It’s incredibly lightweight, easy to use on a variety of surfaces, it can be adjusted flush with your laptop panel, and the polyester sleeve / case does it’s job. It would be nice to have a more robust case, but having seen older portable lenovo models with slide-on plastic cases that are cracked from use, I appreciate the durability of the sleeve provided with this model. There is also some coil whine when I power my Macbook Pro 13″ from the display, but that doesn’t bother me much personally.I’ve gotten more use out of the Lenovo in the first week than the ASUS in about a year.

  3. John Hughan

    Great display, with one minor gripeThe panel itself is excellent. It’s very much like the panels on Lenovo’s top laptops such as the recent X1 Carbon systems. It’s got solid brightness and a matte/anti-glare finish that avoids glare without creating graininess.The only unexpected drawback relates to the USB-C power passthrough capability. The specs say that it can pass through up to 65W of power. That’s true, but the display itself “skims” off 15W from the power source, so the laptop gets 15W less than whatever the power source offers (or 65W, whichever is lower). So for example if you connect the display to a 60W source and then connect your laptop to the display, your laptop will only see a 45W source. This can be a bit of an issue with some laptops. For example, I have a ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 2. It’s designed for a 135W source for optimal performance, but it can operate from a 60W source for typical everyday usage — but it won’t even try to use a 45W source. If it sees that, it will just ignore it and continue running on the battery, not even maintaining the battery’s current charge level. I travel with a small 60W charger, but I wouldn’t be able to use that with the display between the charger and my laptop. In the specific case of the X1 Extreme, this is less of an issue since it has two USB-C ports, so I can connect the display and then connect the charger directly to the laptop through the second port. (Or I can use the Lenovo proprietary charger through the dedicated AC port.) However, this could be an issue for other systems, like the Dell XPS 15. The generations prior to the 9500 model that arrived in 2020 are designed for a 130W source and only have one USB-C/TB3 port, and I don’t think they’ll even try to use a 45W source either, although I’m not sure.The solution to the above is to just get a higher wattage USB-C power source. For example, I recently got a 90W charger that works quite well, and that type of charger would allow the display to pass through the maximum 65W it supports.

  4. Larry

    Perfect Companion for 14″ ThinkPadsI bought this to accompany my 14″ work laptop – an X1 Carbon 7th gen. It performs admirably and I have had no issues with the connection, ghosting, flickering, etc. The brightness is good for my work in an office environment and while the bezels are not exactly the same height, it’s easy enough to line them up. Being the exact same size as a 14″ laptop screen, it’s ideal for being more productive whenever you’re on the road or even moving about the office. Coworkers have expressed interest in it and plan on buying their own (as they also have the same laptops). I would buy this again and, depending on how it’s received (very well so far), may very well have to put an order in to deploy to my users.EDIT: (5 months later)The device is still performing admirably well into its use as we have transitioned to a work-from-home environment. My boss purchased one shortly after I brought mine into the office and he loves it. I have it set up next to my laptop under a 28″ 4k monitor as, being that they all have the same DPI, the scaling is perfect. I’ve been using it to charge my laptop the whole time without issue; saving the extra port is great for situations where you want to maximize your external display count. I would buy this again.Edit (April 2021): I’m buying a second one – it’s very useful to use for email/instant messaging.

  5. Amazon Customer

    Read before buying to prevent returningThis product has extremely limited connection options. Must be with USB-C 3.1 most machines only have one port like this and it is often the same as the charging port. I have a Dell D6000 docking station with multiple USB 3.0 ports including one that supports power supply and a USB – C port that also supported charging none would allow the monitor to gain power and supply video data. Previously I had an older Lenovo portable monitor that was working with the laptop, docking station and a second laptop. The ThinkVision M14 would not work with any even after updating the drivers for all USB drives and updating my DisplayLink. I must return it because it does not support USB 3.0. As a side note, I have two other Lenovo products and find them quality but do not expect customer service from Lenovo it was worse than bad.I read similar reviews but just felt that people did not know that you could use a USB A to USB C cable but unfortunately those reviews were correct.

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