Wednesday, February 19th 2014

AOC Introduces Ten-Point Touch Monitors

Display specialist AOC announces two monitors with ten-point touch control. The Windows 8 certified Full HD models from the innovative 72 Series come with a convenient tilt function for best touch control experience. Equipped with high-grade IPS panels in the sizes 21.5" (54.6 cm) and 23.6" (59.9 cm), these touch displays also offer super-wide viewing angles and numerous features, such as USB ports and built-in speakers. Also on board: a microphone and a 720p webcam for uncomplicated video calls. The 72 Series models' tilt angles can be adjusted from 15° to 57°.

The right touch
Touch displays are of ever growing importance. Gaming, streaming and browsing can be a completely new experience under Windows 8. AOC expedites this segment by introducing ten-point touch monitors. The 21.5″ (54.6 cm) Full HD model i2272Pwhut and its even larger 23.6″ (59.9 cm) brother i2472Pwhut are both certified for Windows 8. With their ten-point infrared touch control, they allow for a full two-hand input, no matter if users want to type business emails, play the piano via a Windows 8 application or just want to have some fun with games. These monitors can also be deployed as standard monitors.

Advanced specs
Equipped with high-grade IPS panels, the myTouchDisplays with their extremely wide viewing angles of 178° are a perfect solution for both home entertainment and office usage. The WLED-backlit monitors deliver a Full HD resolution with a luminosity of 250 cd/m² and a pixel response time of only 5 ms - just perfect for games. Next to a D-Sub input, signal sources can also be connected via two HDMI ports. With the MHL function, Android enthusiasts can directly connect their compatible mobile gadgets to the monitors and display mobile contents on the big screen for colleagues, friends or family.

Rich features
The 72 Series models come fully equipped with a set of 2 watt speakers, delivering enough audio power to enjoy multimedia content. Peripherals and other USB gadgets such as pen drives link to the monitor via its USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports (two each). For conference or video calls via Skype or other applications, AOC enhanced the myTouchDisplays with a 720p front camera as well as an integrated microphone. The elegant design also includes tilt function, allowing users to ergonomically adjust the monitors to their needs.
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Blue-Knight
by: Cristian_25H
Touch displays are of ever growing importance.
What do I prefer?

Touch screen or touch pad? Touch screen.
Touch screen or mouse? Mouse.
Touch pad or mouse? Mouse.

Conclusion: Mouse wins. :D
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