Summary: I thoroughly enjoy using this monitor. I was a little worried about the price but don't regret the purchase one bit. I would definitely buy this again and recommend this for anyone using a Windows 8 desktop. Just remember to change the down-scaling to 0% if using AMD. It might look like a border to some, but it's the processor scaling down the display 10-15%.
Excerpt: While I don't own one personally I got to see one at Intel today, and I have to say it's an amazing looking monitor. Very crisp and clear colors, they definitely didn't skimp out on the monitor half of the touchscreen monitor.
Summary: Not discounting the other generally positive reviews here - this monitor is probably fine for undemanding visual uses - gaming, etc. But it's not suitable for anything where color gamut and image quality are important - Photoshop, graphics production, etc. The black level is far from true black, and colors generally look washed out, no matter how the monitor and display adapter are set.
Summary: I needed a multi-touch monitor to use for application development. This one works very well for that purpose. The touch is accurate and responsive, and with up to 20 touch points, I can test just about any application. The only gripe I have is that the driver for the monitor must try to map touch points to mouse events. The first touch never seems to just come in as raw touch data, even after disabling gesture support in Windows 7.
Summary: I am using this monitor for my Windows 8 computer. I upgraded from Win 7 to Win 8 and this was the perfect cost effective monitor. The only issue I have is that the screen tilts back because of the stand. It has a camera that is useless for Skype because it only show the top of my head.
Summary: Pros: - works with Windows 8 touch interface - very big monitor, makes people jealous! - DisplayPort connector - wall-mount compatible - includes USB and HDMI cables Cons: - glossy surface with high glare - mediocre dot pitch - very big monitor, need very long arms to use touch - No DVI connector, and VGA connection looks bad. Use DisplayPort.