Acer announce T230H multi-touch LCD monitor

Acer-T230HAcer announce its first touch-activated display – 23-inches T230H  for use with Windows 7. The T230H offers Full HD resolution (1920 X 1080) and is capable to recognize one- and two-finger gestures

The new monitor will be available in Europe first, for the price around  €349.

Acer T230H multi-touch LCD Monitor

Look the specs below:


Display Size
  • 58cm (23″) Wide, Full HD, 510x287mm
Panel Technology
  • TN + Film
Resolution
  • 1920 X 1080 @ 60Hz
Pixel pitch
  • 0.265 mm
PPI
  • 96
Horizontal frequency
  • 30KHz – 80KHz
Vertical frequency
  • 55Hz-75Hz
Contrast Ratio
  • 80’000:1
Brightness
  • 300 cd/m2
Response rate
  • 2 ms
Colours
  • 16.7M (6 bit + HiFRC)
NTSC Colour situation
  • 72%
Speakers
  • Yes
Viewing Angle CR 5:1
  • 176° / 176°
Viewing angle CR 10:1
  • 160° / 160°
Tilt / Swivel / Pivot / Height Adjustment
  • Tilt: -5°/15° Swivel: Yes Pivot: No Height Adjustment: Yes 110 mm
Wall-mount (VESA)
  • 100 x 100 mm
Kensington Lock Support
  • Yes
Connections
  • Analog (VGA), Digital (HDMI + DVI with HDCP), USB for Touch function, Internal Power supply
Net Weight
  • 8.5Kg
Dimensions (H x W x D)
  • 567.3 x 404 x 216.9 mm
Power Consumption
  • Energy Star On: 35.5W, Stand By: 0.89W, Off: 0.75W
MTBF Hours
  • 50000hr/25°C
Compliance & Approvals
  • ISO 13406-2, TUV-GS, FCC-B, CE, MPRII
Manufacturers Guarantee
  • 3 Years bring-in service
Chasis Color
  • Black
Free Accessories
  • European, UK or Swiss power cables. VGA and DVI cables, Speaker and USB cables.

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