Summary: This would be a great product without the touch. Any time there's a monitor with speakers and HDMI over 20" for under $300, I take a closer look. We bought one for our Windows 7 shipping computer and adding touch helps give alternatives to our workflow. Liked it so much, we bought another.
Summary: I bought this monitor after using a few on a project at work where these are used in an industrial setting as workflow management tools. For the price, this monitor is unbeatable. The screen is nice glass, which is better than the plastic I assumed it would be.
Great resolution, touch screen could use some work
22 January 2013
Summary: The screen on this provides crystal clear resolution. It was easy to set up and connect my BrightSign unit to it to run the interactive display at our retail location, but I noticed that some times I have to touch the screen more than once to activate it.
Summary: Be aware that you get what you pay for. As an inexpensive monitor that has "multi-touch," this is as described. However, there are some pretty sad facts about this thing. First, "multi" only means more than one. As in two. This monitor only accepts two touches total.
Summary: I was very surprised and excited to receive my new monitor the next day after ordering it. It is a nice size, has wonderful color, and is working beautifully for our use as a cash register screen. I would most definitly order again in the future.
Summary: I got this monitor primarily for the touchscreen capabilities in Windows 8, and tested the install of Windows 8 Release Preview with only this monitor connected to a miniPC (no mouse or keyboard connected).