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HannsG Introduces the HT271HPB 27-Inch Touch Monitor

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Display specialist, HannsG, has announced that a new 27" model is to join its touch screen monitor portfolio. The new HT271HPB which boasts advanced 10-Point touch control and Full HD credentials is certified to work with Windows 8, includes HannsG's industry leading 3 year warranty and boasts an affordable RRP of £269.00 inc. VAT.

    With highly responsive 10 point touch control technology, the HT271HPB delivers the ultimate touch experience. Users can fully appreciate finger tip screen control at its best thanks to better accuracy and zoom capabilities with no lag enabling smooth, uninterrupted navigation of the Windows 8 operating system.

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    Both practical and stylish, the HT271HPB has a cleverly constructed modern design in order to fully appreciate touch screen capabilities. It features; a robust stand that can tilt whilst withstanding the downward force of touch actions, a slim profile that makes it ideal to wall mount for an eye level large display touch experience, and the ability to accommodate a Windows 8 enabled Mini PC to create a smart All-in-One PC solution.

    The perfect host for demanding HD multimedia content, this new HannsG touch screen monitor boasts Full HD credentials with a 1920 x 1080 resolution and HDMI. It also features HannsG's proprietary active contrast technology delivering clarity and true colour with an 80,000,000:1 contrast ratio. Completing the connectivity line up are DVI and VGA inputs whilst built in stereo speakers are included as standard to wrap up the total AV package.

    To compliment the user friendly interface provided by the Windows 8 operating system, HannsG's HT271HPB includes an easy to use settings menu that offers intuitive preset picture modes to ensure the perfect picture delivery for a variety of applications such as Movie and Game.

    Part of the HannStar Display Corporation one of the largest glass panel manufacturers in the world and HannsTouch the third largest touch technology manufacturer in the world, HannsG benefits from a rich heritage and world class, technological AV prowess. Consequently the new touch screen portfolio boasts advanced proprietary touch control technologies which deliver the very best user experience and industry leading glass panels for the ultimate visual display. It also enables HannsG to confidently offer customers an industry leading 3 year warranty.

    The new HT271HPB along with the previously announced 23" HT231HPB model is available from Misco and Ebuyer. RRP: £269 and £199 inc. VAT respectively.
     
  2. hellrazor

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    Disgusting.
     
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    But the price is good for touch, not that I think someone needs 27 inch touch display.
     
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    I wonder about these new touchscreens, on whether they can handle gaming visuals well, or not? I don't need a new monitor, just wondering if they are comparable, or only useful for other computing activities.
     
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    Wait so I am supposed to game thru my "touch screen fingerprints"?
     
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    dat bezel
     

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