Last week the tech world saw the release of Windows 8 and since then lots of hardware manufacturers have been arriving with devices optimized for the new OS. The latest on the list is LG which has unveiled its new Touch 10 monitor which has been optimized for Windows 8 OS.
Conventional touchscreens only allow dragging; scrolling and pinching with two fingers whereas LG’s new monitor allows all ten fingers to do these touch actions. This new device from LG is perfect for those who want to enjoy an enhanced touch experience without upgrading their whole PC system.
J.J.Lee, Executive Vice President and Head of IT Business Unit at LG said that this compelling new product will re-define the touch experience. He added that the popularity of smartphones and tablets indicate that consumers are ready to embrace touch features. The 10 point touchscreen takes it to the next level by expanding the range of interactive possibilities. He continued by saying that the company is hopeful that this new technology will inspire users and software developers alike.
The Touch 10 monitor allows users to perform multiple actions such as dragging and rotating simultaneously. The monitor also supports the use of capacitive stylus. The 23 inch monitor is apt for musical applications which feature synthesizers, pianos and string instruments. An advanced IPS panel is used in the monitor for ensuring optimal picture quality.
The IPS technology used in the device will also deliver a more comfortable viewing experience for the user. This technology will also reduce the eye strain caused by continuous viewing and thereby support prolonged use. The Touch 10 monitor will be initially launched in Korea next month. Markets in Europe and elsewhere will receive the product in the following months.