Best External Touchscreen Monitors Windows Central 2020
Touch displays are commonly found in laptops these days, but what about adding touch support to a desktop PC or non-touch Ultrabook? The market for touch external monitors isn’t huge, but we’ve rounded up some of the best available now.
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Adding an external touch monitor to your laptop or PC adds a whole other way to interact with Windows, and any of the options above will fulfill the same essential role. However, you might be wondering where to start.
Dell’s monitor lineup is impressive, and the 24-inch P2418HT touch display is no different. It’s built to a high standard with an articulating stand, allowing the screen to sit at a 60-degree angle for smooth touch input. There’s almost no bezel around three sides, so it should be no problem positioning this in tandem with other monitors. The IPS panel provides wide viewing angles if you’re collaborating, and the FHD resolution looks great at this size. Plenty of ports, including HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA, and USB-A, make it easy to connect.
Are you looking for something you can take with you to use with a laptop? The ASUS ZenScreen is a 15.6-inch portable display with built-in cover and stand, speakers, and 7,800mAh battery for use when there’s no outlet nearby. Connect with USB-C or micro-HDMI, and enjoy an FHD resolution with solid color and contrast.
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