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Dell Adds Multi-Touch Capability to 1080p Display Panel

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  1. btarunr

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    Dell's recently released SX2210T monitor is one of the first standalone HD monitors to come with multi-touch capabilities. The 21.5 inch display comes to rescue of anyone who wants multi-touch capability several recent all-in-one PCs are mushrooming up with, on their existing PCs. Its display features include a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, 2 ms grey-to-grey response time, 1000:1 contrast ratio, and display input connectivity that includes DVI, D-Sub, and HDMI. With its built in USB hub that connects to the PC, the monitor provides three USB ports, drives the 2 megapixel fixed webcam, and drives the multi-touch touchscreen component. Available for US $469 on Dell's online store, the monitor provides support for multi-touch panning and zooming when attached to a machine with Windows 7.

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    Sweet!!!
    Cant wait to try out "Ableton Live" with multitouch!!! :D

    By the look of my iphone after a days use though... you'll probably want to keep screen wipes handy!!!
     
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    yeah I have an extreme aversion to touching my screen :p - guess it's from my years working in retail with the touchscreen POS :D.
     
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    yeah i remember back in the days when i did web design... one of the other designers would get very pissed when you touched her screen... obviously i noticed this and kept on doing it... "to point things out naturally" :D
     
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    That does sound sweet. Manipulating the effects and all by touching will certainly make editing seem more realistic and easer.
     
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    Great idea, but get back to me when they do multi-touch on a panel worth buying.
     
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    Just because it's TN? I think this thing is perfect. If it were slightly larger, it would replace the 2407 hovering over my bed.
     
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    Yes, just because it's TN. Tn is 100% unbearable to me.
     
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    1920x1200 or go home.
     
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    This is great... nice, simple, looking TFT with webcam and multitouch. But 1200 or 1440 in the "y" please.
     

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