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Pros: Good balance between performance and price. Not a lot of junk to uninstall before putting it to work.
Slot on top acts as a convenient carrying handle.
Cons: No install media included.
Other Thoughts: Office use. Bought two so far, considering more.
The recovery partition on the hard drive will allow you to restore OS, but I find those to be inflexible and a waste of disk space.
Pros: Works well. Standard vesa mounts.
Cons: Fat black border and wide bezel makes it larger than necessary. No stylus.
Other Thoughts: This unit seems to be a cheapened version of the excellent 2230MW, but without a lower price.
The wide black border around the display makes swipe-in gestures easier, but when added to the thick plastic frame, it becomes too hefty.
Buying a separate stylus is not a great expense, but I miss the convenience of being able to store it in a recess on the monitor.
Pros: Very affordable touchscreen monitor. Smooth glass front like a tablet, responding to swipe-in gestures, and easy to clean. Standard VESA mounts.
Cons: Speakers are poor, only suitable for system sounds. Wide black border around display makes unit larger than necessary. Touch will not work with USB cable over 6' long.
Other Thoughts: We need about 8' cable run from monitor to computer tower. I tried a 6' cable + 3' extension, and a 10' solid one. In both cases, the touch screen would stop responding after some minutes of use. With a 6' cable it works, so that must be the max length. Other brand monitors in the office work fine with longer cables.READ FULL REVIEW