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19 Inches LCD Touch Screen Monitor (4:3)
Why use a mouse to point at something on the screen? Isn't it more intuitive to just point at the screen with your finger? Get this LCD touch screen from Monoprice and let your cat play with the mouse!
This display utilizes Resistive Touch Screen technology, which allows it to respond to any type of touch, without the need for special gloves or a special stylus. This makes it more intuitive for use by children or in any public environment.
This 19" 4:3 screen uses a standard analog VGA interface, which means it can be used with almost any computer or operating system. It has a maximum display resolution of 1280x1024 and a touch resolution of 2048 x 2048. The transparency is 80% ± 3% and it is designed to work for more than 35 million touches.
- Supports DPMS
- Adjustable back-lighting
- Plug & Play (VESA DDC/CI)
- OSD multi-languages
- Wall mount capable
- User's Manual (Dec 8, 2010)
- Drivers for Windows 7 (Nov 20, 2011)
- Drivers for Windows 2000/XP/Vista (Nov 20, 2011)
- Drivers for Mac OS X (Nov 20, 2011)
- Distribution disc (Nov 20, 2011)
MONOPRICE will replace defective monitors with a new monitor if the RMA is issued within thirty (30) days of the original date of purchase, as shown on the original invoice. Monitors identified as defective after 30 days, but within the twelve (12) month warranty period, will be replaced with refurbished, reconditioned, or used monitors at MONOPRICE'S discretion. All returned products are the property of MONOPRICE and must be returned to MONOPRICE for a replacement to be issued.
|Display Type||19" LCD|
|Resolution||1280 x 1024 / 60 Hz|
|Display Area (HxV)||376 x 301 mm|
|Light Source||CCFL; 50,000 hrs (typical)|
|Pixel Pitch (mm)||0.294 x 0.294|
|Response Time||8 msec (typical)|
|Input Signal||Analog RGB (0.7/1.0V p-p, 75 ohms)|
|Horizontal Viewing Angle||80°|
|Vertical Viewing Angle||80°|
|Touch Screen Technology||Resistive|
|Touch Sensitivity Resolution||2048 x 2048|
|Transparency||80% ± 3%|
|Useful Life||> 35 million touches|
|Monitor Input Power||12 VDC|
|AC Adapter Input Power||100-240 VAC, auto-sensing|
|Operating Power Consumption||20 watts|
|Standby Power Consumption||< 2 watts|
|Connectors||1x 15-pin VGA, 1x DC, 1x USB (touch)|
|Operating Temperature||0°C to +50°C|
|Storage Temperature||-20°C to +60°C|
|Operating Humidity||10% to 90% (no condensation)|
|Storage Humidity||10% to 90% (no condensation)|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||450 x 460 x 60 mm (without stand)|
|Stand Height||105 mm|
|VESA Mounting Size||75 x 75|
|Regulatory Certification||CE, FCC, RoHS|
|Operating System Compatibility||Windows 9x/2000/ME/CE/XP/Vista/7, Unix|
PROS: Very affordable
Fast turn around on order and delivery
CONS: Screen surface collects finger prints easily. One monitor out of 4 had an issue with the power switch. It would not turn on until I pushed harder at an angle. Once I managed to get it on, it worked great.
PROS: Very Sensitive.
CONS: Gets rather warm, if you are hard mounting i would install a extra fan for cooling.
I needs to have mounting holes for cables, if you don't mind taking it apart u can in a few places drill hols for looping cable ties through.
PROS: Works great. Excellent resolution, color and function.
The touch screen works very well even with a pinpoint stylus. It calibrates purfectly, and has a linearity adjustment. The monitor has all the typical picture adjustments.
Generally I think it is a good value and Monoprice will stand by it's products.
PROS: 1 Price
2 Full screen is active, edge to edge
3 Comes with alignment software that works very well, if you can find it on the enclosed CD.
4 VESA mounting holes (downside is they are without screws or threads)
5 It comes from Monoprice (Monoprice is great to deal with)
CONS: 1 Fit and finish not so great
2 No manual (just a CD, I haven't found an electronic version of the manual on it yet)
3 Not easy to figure out the true contents of the CD
4 Eye peircing power monitor light on the front power switch
PROS: Works with ETC Element light board.
VGA is not hard-wired (which the pictures shows)
CONS: VGA, no DVI
USB 'A' female jack (weird, against USB standards, but it's fine)
The Drivers are kind of useless if running Windows 7. I could not find my Driver CD so I chatted with support and Lamont was extremely helpful and gave me a direct download link to them. I downloaded and read the help there is no mention of Windows 7 in instructions (CHM file) but there is a Windows 7 folder which is the same drivers from the XP, Vista folder (iirc). Also, cannot find my USB cable and unfortunately, it is not standard. Had to buy a couple from Monoprice (not a big deal).
Wished they offered a larger option but 19" will do for now.
PROS: -Touchscreen for pretty cheap.
CONS: -Power Cord from the Supply to Wall is very very very cheaply made. Moved monitor once downstairs and unplugged and noticed the plug is showing bare wire.threw it out and just a standard three prong power cable. Had many sitting around.
-Personal Preference - I hate round plugs in the back of monitors. In the end they always slip out.
-Stand - Wish the movement of it was better. Pretty stiff and not always easy to move
-Not enough inputs, just one to be exact (well the usb for touchscreen) but I knew that when I purchased it.
-Non-standard USB cord (Why????)
PROS: good size, fits well on a desktop.
CONS: Heavy, not compatible with all systems