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Friday, July 15, 2016
From: Sherwood Park
Has worked well to demo/test touch screen technology on a variety of computers: Win10Pro on an ASUS i7 desktop w/USB3 Win10 Home upgrade on broken HP E350 laptop w/USB2 Mac Mini 2012 as HDMI monitor Mac Mini 2012 w/USB3 and VMware Win7Pro -- touchscreen worked fine in Win7 VM Dismantled stand and clear base and put on VESA customized frame on upper section of a OnStage keyboard 2-level stand for a music touchscreen workstation and handled that fine as well. Rated 5 as a successful demo platform.
Now touchscreen value as an I/O device is another issue all together -- can't fault the monitor for the poor ergonomics and mechanics of an input method that I think is just a fad -- not a particularly efficient I/O enhancement for any of the work I do at least ...
Monitor is relatively expensive, but probably a good investment if only an educational experience
Sunday, June 26, 2016
By: Natalie Hunter
Monday, December 28, 2015
By: Jason Moisan
The screen has nice resolution and works fine as a regular monitor if that's what you actually wanted it for.
Poor stand design breaks easily. Broke while wasn't even in use. The monitor just fell from an upright position and Acer refuses to replace it because its physical damage. Touch lags very badly. You cant draw or write with these screens very well at all. Installed on clean OS on 4 different computers and reacted the same way on everyone. Acer still claims its a software problem with Windows 7 , 8. 1 and Windows 10 and Ubuntu Very reflective in a sunny room. Driver works then stops repeatedly
Acer support is very poor now and will not help resolve any issues I have had with this monitor from day one of owning it. I have 2 and they both behave the same way. They will not admit that the monitors are faulty.