Lenovo’s ThinkVision X24 Pro is the most basic, with a 1920×1080 resolution starting at $399, with availability in May. Acer’s H7 series monitors offer 2560×1440 resolution in 25- and 27-inch variants, and you’ll be able to get your hands on one of those next month, starting at $499.99.
Finally, Lenovo’s ThinkVision X1 is a 27-inch model offering 3840×2160 resolution, again from May, priced at $799 …
While Thunderbolt is coming to USB-C, it wasn’t available in time for the MacBook, meaning you can’t use it with Apple’s own Thunderbolt displays. You’ve so far needed an USB-C to HDMI adapter to use HDMI monitors, but these new monitors connect directly and allow the display to simultaneously supply power to the laptop.
Lenovo’s monitors use DisplayPort via USB-C, and we’re guessing Acer’s do too.
Lenovo appears to have the edge with a near-borderless display, but if you have a gold MacBook, it looks like Acer will offer you a matching color option.