Joseph A. Ramirez II "Open source for the win", Amazon
16 December 2014
Summary: Super-awesome touchscreen display. Do not get the 27" version, I have that one as well and the color sucks (have to boost coloring using my video card, nVidia Digital Vibrance). The 27" one has ghosting issues too. But the 23" one is perfect. Just wish they had put the control buttons somewhere else, always bumping them accidentally. It does indeed recognize 10 simultaneous independent points of contact on the screen.
Summary: This Touch Sreen Display has exceeded my expectations. Was easy to set up and the touch sreen is very responsive. It is much more respionsive than the screen I have on my "All In One". No negatives here.
Summary: It's a great screen. Nice clarity and very responsive. Hooked up external speakers to it as it doesn't have speakers. The only issue is that when someone comes into my office, they have a habit of pointing to something on the screen and touching it which redirects us to another site etc.
Summary: I got this because my son is used to touchscreens. It works on Windows 8.1 straight out of the box. Perfectly plug and play. It comes with the VGA, DVI and HDMI cable! Only thing I didn't realize is that you can only do 1080 with the HDMI cable. I haven't tried the DVI yet, as I don't need the speakers because I got a set of speakers. I would recommend this to friends, family, and co-workers. And I have.
Summary: this monitor works exelent whit windows 8 and 8.1, nice touch response, colors and resolution are very good. nice speed on usb 3.0... the sound it's not good (my phone sounds better) but no matter if you have another speakers, works whit audio in and hdmi.
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 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".