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Works as a dual touch monitor
on May 30, 2014
While the glossy display is a love/hate depending on the user, I was initially unhappy with the touch functionality as it registers
touches only on the specified main monitor which is a non-issue if you only use 1 touch screen, but a pain when you have multiple touch displays.
I was happy to get dual/multi-screen touch to work.
To setup dual/multi-screen touch, the USB cables from the monitors need to be connected to the computer.
I'm using Windows 8.1 Enterprise (other versions should work too) with side-by-side Dell 2714T's.
To make the 2+ touch displays work:
1) Open "Control Panel" (right-click the Start Logo on the lower left)
2) Click "Hardware and Sound"
3) Click "Table PC Settings"
4) On the Tablet PC Settings Widow, click the "Setup" button near the top where it says Configure your pen and touch displays
5) The system will prompt to touch each monitor
When the process is completed, monitor touches will register on the appropriate monitor.