85% off Magic Touch KTMT1900W For Widescreen Monitors £49.99 FREE DELIVERY @ PLAY.COM - HotUKDeals
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RRP: £349.99 | You save: £300.00 (85%)
* Pressure-sensitive activation - finger or stylus
* Emulates the mouse function - click, double click and drag
* One step software installation
* Touchscreen and mouse can be used concurrently
* Durable, scratch-resistant coated surface
* Excellent chemical resistance - Easy to clean
* Eliminates static and reduces radiation generated from the monitor
* Right Mouse-Button Support - A small floating toolbar supports use of functions invoked by the mouse's right button
* Touch and lift-clicking the mouse button
* Compatible with Windows, 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, Vista, Macintosh and Linux
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#1
Excellent reduction - heat added!

However, a word of caution: the "1900" in the product model number does indicate that this is for 19-inch monitors - it's not a 'universal' fit for all widescreens (shame!!!!).

Hope that saves someone making a hasty mistake!
#2
In this day and age when multitouch is de rigueur - why bother?...
#3
mumbojumbo
paolo
In this day and age when multitouch is de rigueur - why bother?...


Cheap learning tool for kids!


eh?
#4
paolo
mumbojumbo
paolo
In this day and age when multitouch is de rigueur - why bother?...


Cheap learning tool for kids!


eh?


My 3 year old son loves his touch screen he was born with 3 of his fingers on each hand FUSED together not to be confused with webbing i am talkin bone, skin and finger nails fused together and it helps him alot (he has had 2 ops on both hands but are still dis-figured) he cant really hold pens like we can so he uses his pc alot. So "eh" theres your answer !!!
#5
sorry to hear that killer
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killer10
paolo
mumbojumbo
paolo
In this day and age when multitouch is de rigueur - why bother?...


Cheap learning tool for kids!


eh?


My 3 year old son loves his touch screen he was born with 3 of his fingers on each hand FUSED together not to be confused with webbing i am talkin bone, skin and finger nails fused together and it helps him alot (he has had 2 ops on both hands but are still dis-figured) he cant really hold pens like we can so he uses his pc alot. So "eh" theres your answer !!!


hopefully this deal is useful for you as a back up or something.

heated so that other people that may need it for similar reasons get to see the deal!
#7
killer10
paolo
mumbojumbo
paolo
In this day and age when multitouch is de rigueur - why bother?...


Cheap learning tool for kids!


eh?


My 3 year old son loves his touch screen he was born with 3 of his fingers on each hand FUSED together not to be confused with webbing i am talkin bone, skin and finger nails fused together and it helps him alot (he has had 2 ops on both hands but are still dis-figured) he cant really hold pens like we can so he uses his pc alot. So "eh" theres your answer !!!


I dont think the question was directed at you...
#8
mumbojumbo
Hope this does turn out to be the black widescreen version and not the beige standard version in the pic and in the description!

I had two of these turn up today, can confirm they are indeed the Black, 19'' Widescreen models with USB connection. Full model number on the box is KTMT-1900W-USB.

Absolute bargain, have turned my two Acer monitors into full on touch screens for £100!

Excellent deal, good spot OP

Edited By: subjecttostatus on Sep 09, 2010 12:46: Clarification
#9
The calibration on mine was a bit off the first time too - try loading the latest drivers and do a 25-point calibrate instead of a 5 point one, and use the supplied pen to calibrate instead of your hand... I found that after a bit of adjusting it made a big difference.

It will never be as precise as a mouse but then I'm yet to see a touch screen that is. Absolutely ideal for what I wanted which is basically to control a load of dials on screen (music production). Now feels a lot more "hands on" (if you'll pardon the pun!) than it did before :)
#10
Oh and by the way, I don't think you'll have much luck getting that to work with a Mac, as they seem to have a separate model designed especially for Macs, KTMT-1900W-USB-M . Would lead me to believe the normal version doesn't work with them, despite the Play.com specsheet :(

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