HannsG Announces The Company’s First Touch Screen Monitor
Gabriel Roşu / 3 years ago
HannsG has today announced its first Touch Screen monitor. Having price tag of only £199.99, the 23″ HT231HPB is set to turn the futuristic touch screen computing experience into reality for everyone. The new monitor which boasts advanced 10-Point touch control is certified to work with Windows 8 and is launched to coincide nicely with the release of Windows 8.1.
To be noted is that the HT231HPB offers the ultimate touch experience with highly responsive 10 point touch control technology to navigate the Windows 8 operating system with ease. This enables users to fully appreciate finger tip screen control at its best promising no lag, better accuracy and zoom capabilities.
The perfect host for demanding HD multimedia content, the HT231HPB boasts Full HD credentials with a 1920 x 1080 resolution, and features HannsG’s proprietary active contrast technology delivering clarity and true colour with an 80,000,000:1 contrast ratio. In addition, the HT231HPB has a full connectivity line up including HDMI, DVI and VGA on board and has built-in stereo speakers as standard.
Part of the HannStar Display Corporation one of the largest glass panel manufacturers in the world and HannsTouch the third largest touch technology manufacturer in the world, HannsG benefits from a rich heritage and world class, technological AV prowess. Consequently the new HT231HPB boasts advanced proprietary touch control technologies which deliver the very best user experience and an industry leading glass panel for the ultimate visual display. It also enables HannsG to confidently offer customers an industry leading 3 year warranty.
For those who would like to acquire a 23″ HannsG HW246HPB display can do it from Ingram Micro, Micro-P, and Midwich. There is also a bigger model in the works, a 27″ Touch Screen model, but no official confirmation of its release date has been made available. More information about the HW246HPB model can be found here.
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