Summary: Sensitivity is awful, I use Windows 8. I vape and the vape clouds set it off going bonkers. So I use it as a dead monitor. Stabs and USB hub are great. Speakers are quiet and suck. Waste of 250 since touch sucks.
Summary: Great touchscreen monitor. I would rate it higher but the bezels are a slight issue when using Windows 8 due to so many actions that require swiping in from the edge, and it only supports two point "multitouch". It gets the job done for my two year old to "paint".
Summary: I got this so I'd have a touch screen to test our software with Windows 8. The problem with this monitor is that you can't really use the edges of the screen, which you have to do for some Windows 8 gestures.
Summary: I have this connected to a Dell 8300. It has very good response. Watch that you don't use the Tablet Calibrations as it will create problems. I am still learning and need to stop touching it with additional fingers. I would like have two more for my other desktop and my laptop.
Summary: It's a good monitor and the touch feature is nice for use in games and such. But this monitor is NOT Win 8 compatible. I bought it from Dell about 2 months ago in anticipation of Windows 8 along a new XPS 8500 screamin' computer. They had it on sale refurbed for $179.00. So I bit on it.
Summary: This touch screen monitor works as advertised with multi-touch functionality, however the raised bevel/framing ruins the touchscreen experience. The bevel makes it very difficult to access anything along the edges of the screen, including the Start and window size/close buttons.
Cons: horrible screen. I bought 3 touchscreens to test them and this one was the worst. sometimes just would randomly not work. it would register your touch but not click it. 100% the screen not the computer
Summary: Well, I like the device. It has a wonderful color. The resolution is great. Forget the sound. Buy another speaker. I had a creative lab set. So I was good to go. It also has good touch response. The touch functions are customizable. Best for long hour reading.
Summary: Unfortunately picking near the edges of the screen with your fingers is not good. So picking anything off the task bar is a non-starter. It simply does not place the pick near enough the edge. The touch screen is a supplement to your mouse, not a substitute for it like you have on an ipad.