Submitted by mpctips 1058d ago | news

Samsung Unveils Touchscreen Monitor for Windows 8

Maximum PC: Samsung will be attending the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas later this month, and we've been given a heads up to at least three products the company plans to bring with it. Two of them are new additions to its lineup of premium monitors, including the Series 7 SC770 Touch Monitor and Series 7 SC750 with 90 degrees of pivoting posture. The third monitor that will be on display is the Series 9 S27B970 for professionals. (PC hardware, Samsung, Samsung Series 7 SC750 Monitor, Samsung Series 7 SC770 Touch Monitor, Samsung Series 9 S27B970 Monitor)

Yi-Long  +   1058d ago
Touchscreen technology is great for phones, tablets, and in-store displays...
... but I have absolutely NO interest in a touch-screen for my desktop or laptop.

Which is the same reason why I have no interest in W8 for those devices.

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