One of the nice touches is a strip of lights under the display so you can find objects on your desk when you're working in the dark. There's also a pair of speakers here so the sound comes at you when the display is tilted.
Lenovo's take on the a secondary input device like the Microsoft Dial is a USB device that can plug into the USB ports on either side of the display. The color of the light changes depending upon what application you're in. It maps to keystroke commands in the software, and comes ready for some Adobe Creative Cloud applications.
It pulls down and out like the Studio, tilting to a 25-degree angle for drawing.
Another nice touch is the ability to stow the keyboard, mouse and Active Pen beneath the display when it's not in use or when you're, say, playing games with a controller.
The base has a Qi-compatible charger as well.
The charging pad section has a niche for the Active Pen to keep it from rolling.
Two front-facing speakers line the base.
The webcam on top of the display has one of Lenovo's physical shutters to cover the camera when not in use.
On the left side is an SD card slot, USB-A, and USB-C connectors and a headphone jack.
On the back left side are four USB-A connectors, an HDMI-out port and an Ethernet jack.
Keep going for more photos of the A940.