The rear of the monitor is blank except for the standard VESA mount.
The supplied stand is adjustable for tilt, rotation, and height and simply snaps into place (rather than using the VESA screw holes). Removing the stand is a simple matter of pulling the spring-loaded tab back and lifting it off. Just above the stand is a recessed area in the back of the monitor that serves as a handy carry handle.
Once you dig it out of the packaging and snap on the stand, you’ll see that the Lenovo ThinkVision LT3053p is certainly a large piece of glass: it even makes a 27″ monitor look tiny:
Let’s look at some controls and connections in the next section.