Summary: I'd never heard of AOC before purchasing this monitor, and I'm glad I went ahead and did. To answer two important questions, 'YES' to the following: a) Comes with a UK adaptor plug. I bought one in case, and ended up returning it for a refund as I had no other use for it b) Windows 7 Home Premium (the OS I use) and upward are compatible with the multi-touch screen functions. Microsoft's website confirmed its compatibility with Windows 7 Home Premium.
Summary: Like others I was a bit reluctant to buy from a relative unknow (to me anyway). But what a bargain. it's survived the (accidental)drop test twice ! Good colours and good colour depth and response for my needs , so one more happy camper.
Summary: This is a really good touch screen, it is what they call an optical touchscreen it does now come with a UK power Adapter, but if you are unlucky and yours comes with a US power adapter, it is just a computer power cord. this screen has 2 HDMI(one on the back, one on the Side) Two USB ports(One on the back, one on the side), vga input and analogue audio input. This screen will also work out of the box with Windows 7 and Windows Developer Preview(Windows 8).
Summary: I think this screen is really impressive both good looking and functional... and I know previous review have said that there is no UK plug, well I think they have now address that as I got both an american and UK adapter with all other cables!
Summary: Good piece of kit, but I had a lot of trouble getting it working in XP, no probs with Windows 7. For XP you must be running wisptis.exe this can be found in office 2007 files, then it works as a single touch screen.