Summary: I love this screen for gaming and for just general work on windows 8. I now have two and have never regretted it. Really the best bang for your buck. Is it big enough? Yes,especially since your only arms length away from it most of the time. anything bigger in tough is really too expensive. It was rated best in graphic on top ten "the Reason I bought my first last year for my gaming pc".
Summary: I was very disappointed with the functionality of this Acer T232HL monitor as it performed extremely poorly in major areas. The Touch Screen Accuracy was spot on and worked great with Windows 8.1 with complete functionality The Picture and the Screen itself - -The colors were very muted and seemed almost like pastels. Absolutely no vivid colors no matter how you adjust them.
Summary: I just set up this monitor using the HDMI connection . The screen did not stretch all the way to the corners, so I tried the DVI connection and it worked beautifully. The screen is also MUCH sharper. It may be due to the cheap integrated graphics card. Loving this monitor! Also note that if there is a problem where the buttons don't seem to match up with where you're touching, you can calibrate it within Windows 8. Go to the search and type "calibrate".
Summary: I already had an HD screen from the computer and went upgraded to a touchscreen however I was not aware that the screen's resolution would be so much better and clearer along with the added benefit of it being a touchscreen I'm highly impressed with the clarity provided with the versatility of this new monitor!
Summary: I managed to get my hands on this gem for $270 new on Amazon. This display sells for over $400 at many places. I am using it with my Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro ultrabook as a secondary desktop monitor. The picture is great, the touch capability works flawlessly, and setup was easy. I hooked the HDMI cable to the computer and monitor, hooked the USB port from the monitor to the computer (for touch capability), and plugged in the power.