Dell Introduces a Windows 7 Ready, Multi-Touch Display

Dell Introduces a Windows 7 Ready, Multi-Touch Display

Anthony Nguyen
Oct 27, 2009

Look ma, we can pinch and zoom! Swipe to reveal jump lists! For those who are looking for a "complete," visceral Windows 7 experience, Dell proposes you grab one of their new 22-inch LCD monitors that support one- or two-finger input to get their natural user interface fix...

Seeing as Windows 7, released just a few days ago, comes fully-loaded with built-in touch abilities, we see no reason why one can't just ditch the mouse and enjoy some interactive touch-screen fun. Especially your Windows 7 PC is geared towards casual things such as checking the weather, browsing your favorite blogs (hopefully we're one of them!), and playing movies, the removal of the traditional input devices tend to give a more personal and unique experience when dealing with digital media.

Features of the SX2210T 21.5-inch Multi-Touch Monitor with Webcam include a full HD (1920 x 1080) experience with 16:9 widescreen display, an ample amount of brightness (220cd/m2) and 50,000:1 (max.) dynamic contrast ratio. The integrated webcam isn't super high resolution (only 2 megapixels), but we're sure it's more than enough to do the job.

You can yours over at the Dell website for $469.

[Via Dvice via Electronista]

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