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.
Summary: This monitor is a very nice and crisp display. The touch sensitivity is great. And its a great value too. The native resolution being 1080p allows me to duplicate the display with a TV without losing any clarity on either monitor or TV - which makes it a great solution for a media center setup.
Summary: Woks just as advertised. Win7 auto load driver and works great. The monitor also comes with a stylist on the bottom right. The monitor seem pretty sturdy and for the most part reacts to most of your touch. It was a good price and I use it for my daughter's games.
Summary: This monitor was very economical and worked right out of the box. The touch screen has quit working several times but a reboot of the PC fixes it. I have updated drivers recently and not had any more problems.
Summary: I bought this to be used as a dedicated display for a system I setup for my 3.5yr old son. It runs Rosetta Stone and other touch friendly preparing for school apps which I've found. My son has been using it for some time and really has taken to the touch interface.
Summary: Bulletproof screen ?? What has always annoyed me was the flimsy, fragile nature of ordinary LCD screens !! On this monitor, you won't get dead pixels from touching it or even poking it hard !!
Summary: While this is a very solid start for HP into the touchscreen market, there are downsides. 1- only 2 points of touch is barely considered multitouch and its should be known that while 2 points is OK more would be WAY much better and would have justified the higher price point.