AOC multitouch
New AOC monitors with 10 point multitouch

21 Feb 2014 | Rasmus Larsen |

Despite the lackluster adoption of Microsoft’s new Windows 8 operation system in homes, display makers continue to release multitouch-enabled monitors. AOC is now introducing two new 10 point multitouch monitors.

Multitouch for Windows 8

The two new 21.5 and 23.6-inch monitors are certified Windows 8 products. You can use up to 10 fingers simultaneously, for zooming, scrolling or swiping as well as other touch commands.

AOC multi-touch


Both products can tilt back for a better touch experience. The monitors incorporate IPS panel that are known to produce accurate colors and fairly wide viewing angles. The resolution is 1920x1080 pixels, and both models have built-in speakers, a microphone and a camera for video conferencing in the frame.

AOC’s monitors can obviously be used without the touch capabilities, by using Windows with a standard mouse and keyboard. Connection options include two HDMI ports and a D-SUB (VGA) and in addition to that you need to connect a USB cable between the PC and monitor to enable the touch functionality.

AOC’s new myTouchDisplays will be available later in February as the 21.5" i2272Pwhut and the 23.6" i2472Pwhut.



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