Iiyama T2250MTS-1 ProLite 22" Touchscreen LCD Monitor £249.99 @ Play
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Iiyama T2250MTS-1 ProLite 22" Touchscreen LCD Monitor £249.99 @ Play

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Found 2nd Feb 2010
I saw there was a thread for a Dell touchscreen monitor. People weren't too sure about the web site it was on. Well this one is cheaper and on a well known web site.


* Panel: TN
* Diagonal: 22"
* Display Area:268.11 x 476.64 mm
* Response Time: 5 ms
* Contrast 1000: 1 typical
* Brightness: 270 cd/m² typical
* Viewing Zone Horizontal/Vertical: 170°/160°
* right/left: 85°/85°
* up/down: 85°/75°
* Display Colour: 16.7 million
* Pixel Pitch: 0.248 x 0.248 mm
* Native Resolution: Full HD 1080p, 1920 x 1080 (2.1 megapixel)
* Horizontal Sync: 31 - 82 KHz
* Vertical Sync: 56 - 75 Hz
* Analog Input Connector: D-Sub
* Digital Input Connector: DVI-D
* HDCP: Yes
* Inputs: USB
* Synchronization: Separate Sync
* Plug & Play: VESA DDC2B
* Speakers: 2 x 1 W (Stereo)
* Included: Accessories power cable, D-Sub cable, DVI-D cable, audio cable, USB cable, stand, pen, quick start guideApple - Mac All iiyama monitors are compatible with Apple-Macintosh computers.
* Controls: On-Screen-Display in 8 languages (EN, FR, DE, IT, JP, PL, NL, RU) and 5 front controls (Power, Auto,Scroll up/ Brightness/ Contrast, Scroll down/ Volume, Meu/ Select)
* User controls brightness, contrast, image control (auto adjust, H. position, V. position, clock, phase, sharpness), colour adjust, OSD control (H. position, V. position, timeout), other (language, input, speaker volume, information),reset, exit
* Safety: CE, T?/Bauart, VCCI-B
* Power Supply: AC 100 - 240 V, 50 / 60 Hz
* Power Supply Unit: Internal
* Power Management: VESA DPMS
* Power Usage: 44W typical / Max. 1 W in Power management mode
* Anti-Theft-Device: Kensington-lock prepared
* VESA Mounting: 100mm
* Tilt Angle: 20° up
* 3° down
* Dimensions (w x h x d): 513 x 419 x 263 mm
* Weight: 6kg
* Aspect Ratio: 16:9

8 Comments

Original Poster

Just noticed its a pound cheaper here!

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Temporarily out of stock

really fancy a touch screen but dont know how useful it would be with photoshop?

edit: Dabs is in stock, but P&P?

Not very. The screen quality lets it down.

alex3410;7734525

Temporarily out of stockreally fancy a touch screen but dont know how … Temporarily out of stockreally fancy a touch screen but dont know how useful it would be with photoshop?edit: Dabs is in stock, but P&P?



God, even the thought of using it with Photoshop gives me nightmares
How on earth would you navigate menus/enter shortcuts with your fingers? Not to mention the fact you obscure the screen when you interact with it. I think we're a long way off trading in our mouse and keyboards.

Another issue is the fatigue of holding your arms out towards a monitor all day or lurching over a screen in a grim posture.

MBeeching;7734844

God, even the thought of using it with Photoshop gives me nightmares … God, even the thought of using it with Photoshop gives me nightmares :pHow on earth would you navigate menus/enter shortcuts with your fingers? Not to mention the fact you obscure the screen when you interact with it. I think we're a long way off trading in our mouse and keyboards.Another issue is the fatigue of holding your arms out towards a monitor all day or lurching over a screen in a grim posture.



And don't forget this is a TN screen so you won't be getting consistent colours.

Good deal in my books, voted hot. Much better than the previousley posted Dell deal from that weird site.

Ignore all the anti-TN trolls.

J400uk;7735094

Ignore all the anti-TN trolls.



Why? Alex asked how useful this would be for Photoshop work - the fact that TN panels have poor colour reproduction and limited gamut is a useful bit of info.

Good price, but I imagine the touchscreen will have little value beyond the initial novelty.

Original Poster

If I could just say, I have never believed that a touchscreen would be a replacement for our keyboards and mice. Perhaps, at best, a replacement for my graphics tablet.

Using a touchscreen when listening to music to flip between tracks, or when viewing photographs to flip between pictures and zoom them up or down is more natural than using the mouse. Freehand drawing in some graphics packages is also more fun when using a touchscreen.

But a replacment for a keyboard? Never!
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