Touch screen monitors are a bit of a rage in Hall 3, but one of the most impressive we came across was the catchy named ST-HB47A3N from Chilin, a massive 47″ touch screen monitor.
Wall mountable and with a HD resolution of 1920×1080 the monitor (don’t make me repeat that title) boasts an 8 ms grey-to-grey response time and a wide viewing angle of 176 degrees. Quite interestingly it also only uses 290 W of power when in full operation, the PR hacks told us. While this would be quite a lot for TFT displays, the power draw is not bad for a touchscreen model.
The touch screen itself can be used by anything from a finger to a proper brush, should you so desire, and no extra software is required to calibrate it.
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