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Dell SX2210T 21.5" Multi-Touch Monitor with Webcam £319.21 or less delivered @ Dell

£319.21 @ Dell (Business)
So now you have Win 7 you can leave finger marks all over your new screen ;) # Full HD (1920 x 1080) experience with 16:9 widescreen display # Optimal brightness (220cd/m2) and 50,000:1 (max.) dyn… Read More
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[mod] 7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
So now you have Win 7 you can leave finger marks all over your new screen ;)

# Full HD (1920 x 1080) experience with 16:9 widescreen display
# Optimal brightness (220cd/m2) and 50,000:1 (max.) dynamic contrast ratio
# Integrated 2MP webcam with dual microphones for video chats

With the new DellTM SX2210T 21.5"W Multi-Touch Monitor with Webcam, you can enjoy more with the touch of a finger (or two). Whether you want to edit your photos, rearrange playlists or scroll down a web page, youll be able to interact with multimedia like never before. The astonishing clarity of the 21.5" Full HD widescreen display makes it easy to lose yourself within movies and games. Featuring an integrated webcam and stylish design, the SX2210T is the perfect addition to your HD life. Windows 7 Home Premium and above required for multi-touch capability.

# Panel Size : 21.5 inches (21.5-inch viewable image size)
# Aspect Ratio : Widescreen (16:9)
# Panel Type : TN Twisted Nematic
# Colour Gamut (Typical) : 83%
# Optimal Resolution : 1920 x 1080 at 60Hz
# Contrast Ratio : Dynamic Contrast Ratio 50000:1 (max)
# Brightness : 220 cd/m2 (typical)
# Response Type (Typical) : 2 ms (Grey-to-Grey)
# Viewing Angle : (160 vertical / 160 horizontal)
# Standard Warranty : This monitor ships with 3-year Premium Panel Exchange service
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#1
Would I need a special video card or will this work with any win 7 pc?

:thumbsup:
banned#2
Seems like a pretty good deal. Really want a go on one of these before i think about getting one
[mod]#3
Works using a usb link to the monitor, you would need to have a video card capable of 1920 x 1080 at 60Hz to get the best from it though.

Comes with a cleaning cloth for getting the finger marks off with!

SX2210T 21.5” Widescreen Monitor
Power cord
DVI cable
USB up stream cable (enables USB ports, webcam and touch function on monitor)
Cleaning Cloth
VGA cable (VGA to VGA)
CD User's guide and documentation

Manual here


http://support.euro.dell.com/support/edocs/MONITORS/SX2210T/en/ug/about.htm
#4
What's so good about a touch screen. A mouse would be much more comfortable than to keep pressing on the screen
#5
robot1000
What's so good about a touch screen. A mouse would be much more comfortable than to keep pressing on the screen


A mouse takes up a bit of space which this screen would free up. Surely you only need to touch the screen and not press it!
#6
thehitman
A mouse takes up a bit of space which this screen would free up. Surely you only need to touch the screen and not press it!

But you would be constantly stretching your arm to touch the screen and I'm sure after a while it would just get uncomfortable
#7
i can see a wifi screen with battery pack coming into the market in the future.
#8
Having owned a tablet PC and a touch-screen netbook, I can honestly that touchscreen technology is totally "meh". Typing is so much better on a proper keyboard and web surfing is better using a mouse. The best way forward for this technology, IMO, is as 6 or 7 inch touchscreen "remotes" for home cinema PC systems or surfing the internet from a couch while the real PC is attached to the big TV
#9
robot1000
But you would be constantly lifting your arm up to touch the screen and I'm sure after a while it would just get uncomfortable


It depends on what your using the screen for. I know my sons would love it but for what I would use if for there wouldn't be so much need for it. I can't see it being much more uncomfortable than typing except for prolonged use.
#10
thehitman
A mouse takes up a bit of space which this screen would free up. Surely you only need to touch the screen and not press it!


No, an interface like this could only be complementary to using the mouse. There's no way (unless the OS was heavily optimised as a touch interface) that Windows 7 would be purely usable as a touch-based interface.

And like robot1000 said, you'd be constantly stretching across your desk to the screen. It wouldn't be practical for hardcore users (ie. people who heavily rely on a PC for their profession).
#11
I am sure they have a use but my 24" is currently being viewed 9"-10" beyond my outstretched hand.

Like the idea of a surfing/remote tablet for living room use.

Handy to look up program schedules repeat times and info
#12
robot1000
But you would be constantly stretching your arm to touch the screen and I'm sure after a while it would just get uncomfortable

totally agree.... its pointless as theres no gain. its just a new expensive gimmick . stick with my mouse anyday . nice monitor though
#13
I've been using touch screen for years and years for a dedicated PC I set up as a Jukebox. If you've an idea for a dedicated use, great.. for day to day (general PC) use however it's unlikely to be any more beneficial to you than the trusty keyboard and mouse.
#14
Zerobob
No, an interface like this could only be complementary to using the mouse. There's no way (unless the OS was heavily optimised as a touch interface) that Windows 7 would be purely usable as a touch-based interface.

And like robot1000 said, you'd be constantly stretching across your desk to the screen. It wouldn't be practical for hardcore users (ie. people who heavily rely on a PC for their profession).


I wouldn't want to use one of these instead of a mouse or keyboard but it may be handy for some people or in certain situations. I personally wouldn't use one for my needs (I heavily rely upon my mac/pc for my profession) but as mentioned above, my son's would love something like this as it would help to introduce them into computing. Not everyone uses these just for work, there's bound to be a few people that will benefit from these type of screens. A lot also depends on the software available for it, like the first touchscreen smartphone's, it will take time for this to mature.
#15
You could easily mount the monitor horizontally in a desk, hence negating some of the "stretching". Whilst I admit the posture required for such screens isn't the best, there are many applications where it could be useful.

Alex.
#16
It's good to know that you can get these.
I was sorely tempted by the HP Touchscreen on QVC last week but decided
£900 was too much, even though you got a decent PC included.

Their demos made it look like a giant iPod Touch or iPhone. But aside from
a nice way to scroll, zoom-in/out and rotate (usig two fingers) it didn't seem
all that useful.

Given it's quite a premium on top of the bare screen I think I'll wait a while.
#17
Having owned a tablet PC and a touch-screen netbook, I can honestly that touchscreen technology is totally "meh". Typing is so much better on a proper keyboard and web surfing is better using a mouse. The best way forward for this technology, IMO, is as 6 or 7 inch touchscreen "remotes" for home cinema PC systems or surfing the internet from a couch while the real PC is attached to the big TV


Agreed, I've owned touchscreen tablet (pen) and touchscreen (fingers) laptop ... Use mouse still, it's a lot easier.
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#19
Hope Dell cover the pressure marks and eventual dead pixels on the panel...
#20
getmore4less
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Like the idea of a surfing/remote tablet for living room use.

iphone/ipod touch?
#21
robot1000
But you would be constantly stretching your arm to touch the screen and I'm sure after a while it would just get uncomfortable


Expect loads of RSI
1 Like #22
wiltonson
i can see a wifi screen with battery pack coming into the market in the future.


NEWSFLASH: earth is round.
#23
Looks good but I will wait until things have moved on a bit more with this before purchasing I think. Good find though!



Also don't forget you have quidco on top of that price guys... even better as that *should* take it under £300
#24
I think there is some scope for this but as far as everyday use goes it reminds of what life was like before we got a remote control for our TV, ie. getting up to go and change it with your finger - That's not to say this wont be very impressive in the living room when playing music or showing someone through your photo collection - but for £300+ I think I'll pass.
#25
im gonna get one of these for my porn collection, woot! the leaps and bounds of technology!!!!!!!!!!
#26
From what I've seen there's a lot of lag in using touch screens for graphics.

Looks like it's a TN panel with the 160 degree viewing angle.
#27
As others have said, I don't get the point in a touch screen monitor , especially not one this size.You'd have to sit pretty close to it to reach the whole screen - and I thought the point of big screens were so we could be further away?

I use a touch screen on my Archos 5g and for devices like this (such as the Jesus Phone) they;re a great idea - as is the idea touch screen tables in coffee shops but for the home or office? I think these are just an expensive gimmick. Not even the latest iMacs have touchscreens so it shows what Apple, or rather Jesus Jobs, thinks of the technology.

Just as joypads for FPS games are simply wrong, so is touch screen for a PC. Keyboard & mouse FTW!

The Luddite.
#28
This monitor is to be used for a specific purpose and not for normal every day use! eg. use it as a (expensive!) media player
#29
I'd like to use this with Traktor (DJ software) on my macbook, will I be able to use it on my mac (even if its just single touch not multi).

Can anyone recommend a touchscreen monitor of this size that would work on mac?
#30
wiltonson
i can see a wifi screen with battery pack coming into the market in the future.


Dont be silly - we all know wireless electricity is the future :thumbsup:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mdfve6sKyXk
#31
Mmmm so tempted to combine with this as portable media centre!
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/509632/acer-aspire-revo-r3600-desktop-pc-a
#32
HOT!

Multitouch is great, although you can make devices that are similar for a lot less bucks.

In the right setting this would be fantastic, but only about 0.1% of people would find this useful. Most would be better off with a mouse/keyboard.


If you like this product, you may like my thread:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=506455
#33
Dont be silly - we all know wireless electricity is the future


lol, idea has been around for quite a while ... (surely someone has used a wireless / unpowered radio before? :P ... just lay lots of cable )

I don't know enough, but I'd imagine the power efficiency is much lower than copper cable ....
#34
One word springs to mind with this technology "Cybersex" lol, how sad. All The perverts out there would get there rocks off over this when those "sites" start supporting the technology, lol.:roll:

"U R Very Beautiful Young Lady" "I Have Webcam" "Touch My Screen" ROFL:p
#35
I would say that this technology is about as "useful" and "wanted" as Using the Touchpad on a Laptop i.e Not Very!!!!!!! Maybe im in the minority, but what is wrong with a good ol' "Mouse".
#36
I thought Apple owned the multi-touch patent...? Maybe this is Microsoft's "version" of multi-touch.....
#37
I think judging from most of these replies - most people are missing the point of touch screen...

The mouse was only invented because touch screen technology wasn't available at the time, so it makes sense now that it is available to make applications more intuitive by allowing users to literally touch them. The most common use of computers in a consumer environment is limited to a very small number of applications very few of which necessitate a keyboard - none necessitate the use of a mouse if a tocuh screen is available. Granted typing e-mails require the use of a keyboard, but again, most people in a consumer environment use their computers to browse the web, shop on-line, share photos and edit video, etc, etc.

Maybe people just aren't ready for this revolutionary step yet, but I'd be amazed if a few years from now the mouse was replaced with multitouch screens.
#38
dannyschuster
I think judging from most of these replies - most people are missing the point of touch screen...

The mouse was only invented because touch screen technology wasn't available at the time, so it makes sense now that it is available to make applications more intuitive by allowing users to literally touch them. The most common use of computers in a consumer environment is limited to a very small number of applications very few of which necessitate a keyboard - none necessitate the use of a mouse if a tocuh screen is available. Granted typing e-mails require the use of a keyboard, but again, most people in a consumer environment use their computers to browse the web, shop on-line, share photos and edit video, etc, etc.

Maybe people just aren't ready for this revolutionary step yet, but I'd be amazed if a few years from now the mouse was replaced with multitouch screens.


Have you ever tried using an interactive whiteboard to resize an image? Its a nightmare. Same thing with the tablet PC and touchscreen notebook
#39
mminghella
Have you ever tried using an interactive whiteboard to resize an image? Its a nightmare. Same thing with the tablet PC and touchscreen notebook


You sir have not used the iPhone. :whistling:
#40
JoeUK
You sir have not used the iPhone. :whistling:


We have a Touch, I know your pain :-D

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