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|Max Screen Resolution||1920x1080|
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|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
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PX2230MW Touchscreen LCD Monitor - 22" - Optical - 1920 x 1080-16:9-0.248mm - Black
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|Display Resolution Maximum||1920x1080||1920x1080 pixels||1920 x 1080||1920x1080 pixels||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080|
|Screen Size||22 inches||21.5 inches||22 inches||21.5 inches||22 inches||22 inches|
|Item Dimensions||22.70 x 20.30 x 16.40 inches||1.90 x 19.30 x 11.80 inches||4.90 x 14.70 x 20.30 inches||19.40 x 8.00 x 11.80 inches||19.92 x 1.93 x 12.64 inches||9.50 x 20.10 x 14.40 inches|
|Item Weight||12.10 lbs||7.90 lbs||12.95 lbs||7.01 lbs||9.30 lbs||10.80 lbs|
The PX2230MW 22" widescreen multi touch LCD monitor is optimized for consumer multimedia applications. Designed to take advantage of the new features of Microsoft Windows 7, the monitor features an optical multi touch screen and USB touch screen interface. It’s available with both analog and DVI-D input options.
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Picture clarity is very good and there are not as many smudges on the screen as I get with my Surface tablet. Overall a very good buy considering the price.
Also, with beta drivers, i was able to run it in dual display mode on windows xp, and touch screen works great too. i used the EVGA GeForce 8400 video card. The result is pretty amazing. Somehow, XFX AMD Radeon HD 5450 video card didn't work... and Amazon shipped me two of them... which I had to return.
Overall very happy with this monitor. with EVGA, it was a win-win!
UPDATE on 11/7/12 I just installed Windows 8 and this monitor does not have a driver for WIndows 8 on the manufacturor web site and it does not work as a touchscreen with Windows 8
Another Update. I got hold of customer service via chat and they remoted in and fixed it. Back to loving it
BUT, another problem cropped up. I learned that when I touched the Planar to look at email, my cursor jumped over to the second monitor and I then had to find it and move it back to my laptop screen. That seemed to defeat the very reason I bought the touchscreen. Again I was ready to pack it up and return it. (I didn't really notice this problem during my first call with Planar as I was playing on the touchscreen to make sure that that my finger was controlling the Planar and not my laptop.) I then made a second call to Planar. I wanted to control the Planar with my touch while my cursor stayed on my laptop. I was told it wouldn't work that way in Windows 7 - that Windows 7 would not allow "two cursors," which is what he said I as wanting to do. That made sense, but there sure seemed to be a better solution. Again, I was ready to pack it up for a return. But, the Planar guy told me that there are third party applications that will create a "second" mouse on your computer. Some do it virtually and some will allow an actual second mouse and keyboard to be plugged in and used. (I can't imagine why you would want a second keyboard plugged into a computer, but with two monitors you could actually have two people work on one computer each with their own mouse and keyboard on dual monitors.) The Planar guy googled a few search terms with me and I ended up on download.com at a page for TeamPlayer. The product is by an outfit called "wonderworks." Their website addy is as you would expect. I downloaded TeamPlayer for free and am now able to touch the Planar while my cursor stays on my laptop. I am also able to have my laptop's touchpad control the Planar with a second cursor point on the Planar while my wireless mouse pointer controls the laptop.
All said, after the setup it, it now works exactly like I want it. I can work on my laptop, and then touch my Outlook on the Planar to look through my calendar, email, etc. The touch function is superb. Even when I double click on an email to open and reply it pops up on my laptop for me to type in front of me. I am pleased. I don't know the cost of the TeamPlayer software as it is a free version that I downloaded. I'll let you know if it times me out in a month and requires a purchase. I'll be keeping my fingers crossed.
UPDATE: The TeamPlayer software is a 30 day free trial. I will provide another update when the trial period runs out as to the cost and/or if I am able to locate a free alternative.
UPDATE: The TeamPlayer software is cost prohibitive to purchase. It also had a flaw in the functionality. When using the TeamPlayer double cursor the reaction time was very slow. The cursor crawled across the screen and I was unable to figure out how to increase the speed, despite having the speed setting on its highest setting in the tools.
UPDATE: Since the TeamPlayer was insanely expensive (~$500 wtf?), I've gotten used to it not working exactly like I hoped. I still use the Planar for Outlook and my laptop for everything else. I usually touch the Planar for Outlook and move the cursor back to my laptop screen with my wireless infrared mouse. One other problem I discovered is that because the Planar is such a high resolution screen the font on the reading pane of Outlook is really small. I've read that the small font is the result of the hi-res. Things get really sharp so the screen reduces the size and puts more text in the overall window. Of course old age makes it hard to read without squinting. You can increase the font, but Outlook won't allow the changes to stick. You have to increase the font with every change to a new email window or reading pane. I found a third party software company, Sperry Software, that sells an add-in for Outlook called Zoom Email for Outlook that creates a permanent setting to keep your font increased in the reading pane and in your email window. Otherwise, you have to increase the font each time you change emails, which is a pain. The Sperry product was only $4.95. BTW, the Sperry support is offshore but very helpful. For some reason my purchase key reset to trial mode and they helped me get it back. On the plus side, when opening a PDF file - and I get lots of them - the Planar is fantastic. The PDF fills the screen and you can flick though it with our finger and reading is a breeze. Iv'e also added Multi-Monitor task bar which is a freebie and adds a task bar to to Planar. There is not a task bar without the add-in of Multi-Monitor. Just Google MultiMon TaskBar. Thanks for the thumbs up on my review.
It suited my needs better then the slightly cheaper HP. Wish it had an HDMI, but the ones that do are significantly more expensive. Like another reviewer, I found it hard to adjust the viewing size so you can get at the corners for W8. I set them in VGA mode and then switched over to the DVI and the size stuck.
Good screen overall - and was express shipped to my surprise.
In the setup I had to call tech support, and they answered quickly and spoke clear English. It was user error (I needed only to re-seat the USB cable).
It has worked great for our custom application which has very large on-screen buttons to press. It generally works well with finer applications, too. It is a bit slow on start-up to engage the touch screen. Other than that, though, its responsiveness is good.
Be aware that the only input is VGA. Not a problem for our application, although we would have liked to have had DVI as an option.