Summary: I own the Acer T231H and the HP/Compaq L2105tm touch screen monitors. I prefer the Acer hands-down. Some have said that the T231H monitor is not windows XP compatible. That is the reason I bought the HP monitor. I have tested the Acer model with the HP driver.
Summary: buy this, the only bad thing is you will want to buy a second
Pros: it is amazing! i am hooking this up to a high power audio work station, nothing compares to the ease i am able to perform simple button clicks and level adjustments. this is one of the most awesome things i have ever worked with. a ton of screen space to work with as well.
Cons: you will never want to use another computer. this makes life so easy you will start trying to poke at all computer screens.
Summary: Picked this up from an outlet. A rare instance of a cheaper price elsewhere. I have a 4 monitor setup, using the touchscreen as the central monitor. I would only want 1 of these. It is ok for browsing, but I think Mr Softie made an error, because lifting your hands to touch a monitor is many times...
Pros: Good size touch monitor (2-touch under Win 7). Responsive. Does not actually require touching the screen, since sensors can detect your finger (stylus, whatever) just before making actual contact. Bright, clear picture at full HD.
Cons: Glass screen is reflective. Speakers are only passable (don't expect miracles) and sometimes produce a "Click" sound (And yes, I have the latest drivers installed.) I am getting sound through the HDMI connection so I do not use the included Audio-Out cable.
Summary: THE SHIPPING was like UNDESCRIBABLY FAST. I got it at around 15:00 or later on the 15th, and it came at around 10:00 the 16th.
Pros: Just got this monitor a little over a day ago. It was yesterday morning Feb 16, 2012 set it up, callibrated it, and last night tried speakers. People say that the speakers are GARBAGE. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. I AM A FULL SPEAKERS FAN. They work JUST FINE, no problems with the speakers. It works great, ...
Cons: I have no way to adjust the sensitivity. I am legally blind, but can see a little, and have to get like 2 inches away from the screen to see it, and you don't even have to touch it, and the thing activates. I need a way to adjust sensitivity. I use Windows 7, so I was able to get it callibrated w...
Summary: Don't bother with the driver CD. Let Windows Update grab the drivers from the Internet for you. You may need to fiddle with video card configuration tools, but I was lucky and my new GeForce GT 430 card autodetected everything and corrected the screen cropping for me.
Pros: Very nice construction, comes with all the needed cables, excellent image for the LCD type, touch input owns bones.
Cons: Built-in speaker sounds like butts (like a weird reverb filter on everything) so don't use the built-in speaker. Not deducting an egg because I already own better speakers.
Summary: Best touchcreen monitor I have seen on the market for the price. You really can't go wrong.
Pros: 1. Great color and resolution. 2. Great capacitive touch - very precise even for fat fingers. 3. Glass screen - makes it easy to clean off those fingerprints. 4. Stand is awesome and easy to adjust for your viewing. 5. Great widescreen.
Cons: 1. Make sure you download "Microsoft Touch" and do not rely solely on Acer software CD.
Summary: Bought this monitor for my personal gym in front of a treadmill that did not have a view of my HDTV. I like to watch Netflix, or watch content off my NAS while running in the morning, and using a mouse and keyboard became too difficult and inaccurate with my old setup.
Pros: - Very clear, sharp image - Responsive (enough) - Physically appealing - Easy setup - Includes all the cables needed to hook up to computer, including an HDMI cable! - Glass planel - Very sturdy, can take hard taps without budging (this is also aided by the fact it's so heavy :P)
Cons: - Limited picture settings - The colours are not very rich, and lack depth (when compared to my HDTV in the same room, running the same content) - Heavier, bulkier, and deeper compared to other monitors - A little finicky on how you tap it - Some applications are not optimized for the function of...