Subject: Displays | April 11, 2014 - 09:25 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: touch screen, philips, 231C5 SmoothTouch
If you are going to use Windows 8 as your OS you will find it is a better overall experience to use if you have a touchscreen. With mobile devices that is not a problem but for the most part desktop systems do not tend to sport a touchscreen. Enter the Philips 231C5 SmoothTouch a 23" IPS 1080p display with a built in webcam and microphone as well as multi-touch capability of course. The array of inputs are sufficient, two HDMI ports – one with MHL capabilities, DisplayPort, VGA, two USB 3.0 ports and stereo audio. Before you dismiss this display completely you should check out eTechnix full review.
"When Microsoft announced the imminent launch of Windows 8, one of the revolutionary aspects of the new operating system was its more streamlined integration into touch screen devices. Since that time we have seen touch screen capable notebooks and Ultrabooks swarm the market and the era of the touch screen computer has changed the way that many of us have interacted with our systems."
Here are some more Display articles from around the web:
- NEC MultiSync PA272W 27" Professional Monitor Review @ Hardware Canucks
- ASUS MX279H 27-inch LED-Lit AH IPS Monitor @ Phoronix
- Choosing the Right Projector for your Needs @ TechwareLabs
- Nvidia G-Sync: My Impression @ Kitguru
- Samsung PN64F8500 64 Inch Plasma Smart TV Review @ Tweaknews