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ViewSonic Intros Dual-Point Optical Touch LED Display

On Wednesday ViewSonic introduced its latest touch-enabled LED-lit display, the 22-inch TD2220. Shipping later this month, it will be equipped with advanced dual-point optical touch technology, allowing for precise 2-point touch navigation whether it's a finger, stylus or gloved hand. It will also have a hardened 8H level scratch resistant, dust-proof surface, perfect for commercial, high traffic and consumer environments.

According to the specs, the TD2220 will feature a 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) resolution, a typical contrast ratio of 1000:1, a dynamic contrast ratio of 20,000,000:1, a typical brightness of 200 cd/m2, and viewing angles of 170º horizontal and 160º vertical. It will also have a response time of 5ms, and will be illuminated by a white-light LED. Video connectors will include a 15-pin mini D-sub port (VGA) and a DVI-D port (with HDCP).

ViewSonic's new LED panel will also consist of two premium 2-watt speakers with SRS Premium Sound mounted on the back. It's USB HID compliant design will consist of two Type-A USB ports and one Type-B USB port for connecting a mouse, keyboard and other peripherals. Ideal for commercial environments, this touch-activated display will even include a VESA mountable design and a Kensington lock slot for security deterrence

"This Energy Star and EPEAT Silver certified display also supports different Eco modes for energy savings of up to 40-percent over same-sized monitors," the company said. "Ideal for commercial environments, this touch-activated display also features a VESA mountable design and comes standard with a Kensington lock slot for security deterrence."

VierwSonic's new TD2220 should be ideal for desktop consumers looking for a touch-based display for Windows 8. It's already compatible with Windows 7's own touch-based features right out of the box thanks to built-in Touch drivers. ViewSonic said the TD2220 will be available in North and Latin America the third week of October for an ESP of $329 – just in time for Windows 8.

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  • husker
    What makes this news?
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  • So which is it? Is viewsonic sliding the cash under the table to toms or are they putting it in a cake box?
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  • Now desktop users finally get to have endless amounts of finger prints on their desktop displays.
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  • joytech22
    I already have a dual-touch monitor from Dell.
    I got it months ago in anticipation for Windows 8 testing.

    Played with it for a day then went back to keyboard and mouse lol.
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  • freggo
    1080p.... no thank you.

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  • They better put a chicken greese proof screen on that there touch screen, and a tray to catch bits of fried chicken skin. done got me one of them washable keyboards and a plastic raincoat for my mouse. I ain't never gunna start ah gaming on my rig with out a case of cold beer and a big bucket of colonel Sanders best!
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  • ushyperion
    1080p 1080p 1080p 1080p, when do we finally get AT LEAST 4k AT LEAST. I rather see 441ppi
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  • Old_Fogie_Late_Bloomer
    Two points of touch, no mention of an oleophobic screen coating, and ViewSonic...meh.

    Maybe I'm just old, but I seem to remember ViewSonic once being a company with a good reputation...nowadays they don't seem to be held in particularly high regard.
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  • I want to pair this with my Raspberry pi running xbmc for a kitchen mediacenter...
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  • digiex
    This touch thing will make a good deal of changes even in display technology. I want multi-touch display not just 2 points.
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