ViewSonic debuts 23″ TD2340, 27″ TD2740 and 32″ TD3240 Touch Monitors
ViewSonic has announced a slew of touchscreen monitors at CES 2013. Ever since Windows 8 was announced we have seen several touchscreen monitors optimized for Windows 8 software and these new ViewSonic 10-point touch displays are joining them. The new monitors include 23-inch TD2340, 27-inch model, the TD2740 and 32-inch TD3240.
The ViewSonic 40 series are Windows 8 optimized multitouch displays for modern UI gestures and come with 10-point projected capacitive touch technology for a smoother experience on the screen. All models feature Professional Grade IPS panels with a 1920 x 1080 full-HD resolution and 20,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio.
For connectivity, there are DisplayPort, HDMI and VGA, along with full USB HID compliance and VESA mount compatibility.
The ViewSonic TD2340 has a ergonomic design with a dual-hinge stand capable of 4-way adjustability so that you can pivot or even lay flat. On the other hand, the 27-inch offers a picture frame stand and integrated webcam while the TD3240 is specially built for commercial use. The 32 inch model features a screen with a 7H surface hardness ensuring durability without compromising its touch accuracy. The TD3240 also offers an optional stand.
All models will go on sale in North and Latin America with a price tag of $599 for ViewSonic TD2340 in January, $799 for TD2740 in April and $2,499 for the TD3240 in February. Anyway, the company hasn’t revealed an exact release dates.
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