AOC Touch Monitor brings multi-touch capabilities to your computers

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Smartphone users who’re used to the multi-touch capabilities of their touchscreen phones would also love to have the same capabilities on their existing computers. AOC has launched its new Touch Monitor, which is what you need to have mutli-touch capabilities for your existing desktop or laptop PCs.

The newly announced AOC Touc Monitor is modeled as e2239FwT, boasts a full HD resolution and adds multi-touch functionality to your existing laptop and desktop PCs, and puts controls at your fingertips.

The Touch Monitor is a 22-inch widescreen monitor that’s ideal for PC users who want multi-touch capabilities for entertainment and work purposes. Software apps that support hand gesture controls will get the most benefit out of it. It also doubles as a big screen experience for notebook users.

It comes in a sleek design, features a dual stand design with a metal die-casting feet, a piano black bezel and a white high gloss back. The screen itself is a glare-minimizing panel, offering a widescreen aspect ratio of 16:9, a full HD 1920×1080 resolution, 10,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio and a 5ms response time.

HD content is presented by this monitor at native resolution and with a higher DPI that boosts image sharpness that promises full screen HD video without distortion or black bars. It’s also equipped with a built-in SRS speaker bar that delivers great sounds along with video.

This AOC Touch Monitor has also been designed with “eco-friendliness” in mind, such as its Mercury (Hg)-free LED backlight panel that consumes relatively lower power up to 50 percent, which requires a mere 1 watt in standby mode and 25 watt in normal mode.


Another worth mentioning feature is you can daily chain the Touch monitor as shown in the diagram above. This is useful for financial sector which usually need to monitor the up and down of stock market across multiple screens. You can have up to six of the Touch monitors daisychained and connected to your notebook, without additional graphics card. Find out more on AOC.com

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