|Screen Size||23 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
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Acer T232HL bmidz 23-Inch Touch Screen LCD Display
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- This intuitive and fun LCD with 10-point touch screen lets you take advantage of Windows 8 touch features and navigate web pages, flick through photos, paint and play games - all with your finger tips!
- This large 23-Inch edge-to-edge glass widescreen display (1920 x 1080 resolution) brings the best viewing experience of Full High-Definition content.
- Flexible tilt from 30-80 degrees lets you interact with this monitor from all different angles.
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One thing I did not see mentioned anywhere - in order for Touch to work, you need to connect the USB3 cable from the monitor to your computer - in addition to one of the included video cables. I am not sure if a USB3 connection is required or if this will work with an older USB2 jack [**UPDATE** others are saying that USB2 works just fine].
This is replacing an older Dell 24-inch. The color and clarity are very good and I am not any worse off with the move down to 23 inches - frankly it looks about the same as the 24 to me.
There are a few drawbacks:
The screen is HIGHLY reflective. When it is off, it can double as a (dark) mirror. I have a window behind my desk and have had to angle this monitor a strange way to reduce reflection. When on, the reflection is not as bad, but much, much worse than my old matt-finish Dell 24"
2. The stand:
The monitor does not turn or pivot. I often grab my monitor and turn it on my desk to share with people on the other side. To accommodate this use, I will be installing a mounting arm - at additional cost. On the plus side, the kickstand leg and the plastic bottom/front bezel can be removed (with screws), which will make this look very nice mounted on an arm.
This monitor has a speaker on the back, that overrides my laptop speaker, likely because it is plugged in through the USB port. As terrible as my laptop sound is, this monitor's speaker is worse. [**UPDATE** a simple setting in Windows will let you switch back to your computer's other audio outputs].
On the plus side:
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The screen is extremely responsive. Soon you'll be pinching to zoom in and out. Twirling your fingers to rotate a picture. Swiping to close programs or change programs. It really is like having a tablet on a nice big screen.
I thought the display was truly beautiful. Colors are rich. Text is sharp. Watching movies was great.
It comes with all the cables need to connect the monitor to a PC: HDMI, VGA, and DVI cables. It also has a 1/8" stereo cable to hook up to your PC audio so that the computer audio comes out the monitor's speakers. It also has a USB cable that connects the monitor to the PC to enable touch. In order to have touch, you must connect the monitor to a USB port. Note that the USB cable from the monitor to PC has a unique end at the monitor side so be careful not to lose this cable as a normal USB cable doesn't appear like it will work.
In case you don't have enough USB ports available on your PC, the monitor itself has USB 3.0 compatible ports on its back so you can plug your USB devices to the monitor. I moved a web camera from the PC to the monitor.
The bottom of the monitor sits on top of a clear plastic so from a distance, it looks like the monitor is floating.Read more ›
- IPS screen, 1920x1080
- Comes with all the cables you could need (HDMI, DVI, VGA, USB3, power)
- Can stand upright, lay down, or be wall mounted (bracket not included)
- No need to install drivers, it just worked
- Some of the new tablets cost around the same price
- Integrated speakers aren't that great
1. The stand's hinge is very tight out of the box, but with careful force, it will move into position.
2. The screen is glossy, so glare could be a problem under some conditions.
3. Fingerprints don't show up too much at first, but keep a cleaning cloth handy nonetheless.
4. If you want to use HDMI, check if your video card has a full size or mini-HDMI connector.
(written using the touch keyboard)
At $500 retail, the T232HL is a best buy for upgrading to Windows 8.
After two weeks of using it with Windows 8, I can't think of a better solution.
For the past 8 months I have used an Acer T231H multi-touch monitor to test Windows 8. The T231H has been great but lacks the no-bezel, flat surface required by Windows 8.
Out of the box, the Acer T232HL is impressive. It's sleek and stylish, standing 16.5″ high and measures 27″ diagonally. The resolution and aesthetics are a definite upgrade from the T231H.
The display is totally flat so nothing interferes with Windows 8 edge control. Swiping in from the sides, top, corners - it all works effortlessly.
The T232HL is supported by a clear, solid plastic panel that runs underneath the front edge and a beefy metal leg and spring combination.
By pressing or pulling on the top edge of the monitor, it can be set between a normal viewing angle of 80 degrees and 30 degrees. At the low angle it looks like a giant tablet.
I didn't feel any hesitation in touching the monitor although I'm not sure I would leave it flat at 30 degrees.
There is also a standard VESA mount so you can install it on a wall or use any of the commercially available monitor stands.
Setup with Windows 8 is automatic. Connect either a VGA, HDMI or DVI cable, the USB 3.0 cable, audio and power and turn it on. Then boot Windows and it recognizes the T232HL monitor after a re-start.
All the cables come in the box including a USB 3.0 cable which is different from USB 2.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
- monitor only tilts backwards
- speakers are awful
- sometimes i have to plug and unplug monitor to make touchscreen work
- VESA mount... Read more
A good monitor with responsive touch screen, what I hate about it is the time it takes to come on and the controls. thats it.Published 18 days ago by Ray 52
Bought this when I stared Grad school about 18 months ago. Use it for hours 5 days a week. It is great. I use it in combination with the LX Desk Mount LCD Arm, Tall Pole. Read morePublished 6 months ago by R. Domina
I mounted this monitor on an ergotron armiture and love to use it. I have two 24" monitors set up, this is my primary monitor and the other I mostly use for movies, music, and... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Len
My first large touch screen. It took me a while to adapt to it, but really enjoy the responsiveness and the quality of the image. I have HP touchscreens at work... Read morePublished 11 months ago by CIO65
I bought this monitor a year and a half ago based on its great reviews (here and on Top Ten Reviews) and love it. Read morePublished 11 months ago by William D Thompson
The screen is great. The stand could be better designed. The sound quality is poor. LOVE THE TOUCH FUNCTIONS!Published 14 months ago by mc
I purchased a refurb because my experience with refurbished items has been excellent. You get a new product at a substantial discount when by a refurb. Read morePublished 14 months ago by T. R. Boomer
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