Summary: windows xp DID support touch ..google windows xp tablet edition and vista was the first os to include ink ball and handwriting recognition natively without buying a special version of windows....so when did windows xp and vista support touch you ask?
Summary: Why would someone think that touch screens would work with XP? The technology is relatively new.I bought this to feel the entire Windows 8 experience, without havign to give up my Android Tablet which I love!
Pros: I currently have Windows 7 and ordered it to work with Windows 8
Cons: Does not tilt as well for touch screen typing...Buy an Arm that tilts
Summary: I am very disappointed with my purchase. The video quality of this monitor is poor. The default video settings on this monitor washed out the display. I turned down the contrast and up the brightness and it made it better but my inexpensive Asus 22" monitor is much clearer, and crisper side by side.
Summary: Not surprising, with the varying types of MT displays, capacitive, resistive, etc, it isn't apparently a true MT screen because of the first con I listed, but for any piratical use including drawing or text-input, using it for photo albums and image manipulation, it doesn't have any real faults.
Pros: Big 22" diagonal screen (Marked as 21.5", but 22" according to the box) Bright colours and good contrast Affordable as far as touch-screens are concerned Fingerprints aren't always able to get on the screen
Cons: Not a true "multi-touch" screen, only accepts 2 simultaneous points according to Windows tablet features. The included software is virtually useless, and you'll just end up using the OS calibration tools.
Pros: Completely accurate touch function with my application. Screen presentation is bright and clear; colors are nice. I use the touch screen monitor with Hauptwerk Virtual Theatre Organ and the Paramount 320 Theatre Organ.
Summary: Well, pros: Like the other reviews, the screen is an eye opener. Nice and bright. Good definition. I havent bothered with the speakers due to the other reviews. I will continue using my stand alone ones. I like the sound that they give, plus, speakers always suck when built into a monitor.
Summary: I bought this monitor to see how it would work with a couple of applications I use. I played with the iPad before and had set it up to use remote desktop services to access my Windows desktop. The iPad was too small to properly utilize the programs so I thought a larger touchscreen might work well..
Pros: Pleased with monitor, bright vibrant and screen is accurate and responsive to touch (good ole fingers). Monitor is hooked up to a micro PC running 64 bit Windows 7 Service pack 1. System is wall mounted in a kitchen (decent amount of sunlight). Main use is to tie into home network, internet, vide...
Cons: I avoided using the built in speaker, flat and low. Also while not a ding for the monitor, for wall mounting use a high quality mount. My first attempt (which is being replaced) has the monitor at a constant tilt down (again a hit for the mount, the monitor weighs in at 14lbs.. not a beast)