Dell E2014T Touch Screen LED-Lit Monitor
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- Enjoy an intuitive touch experience that recognizes up to 5 touch-points at once, enabling fast, efficient application and game control across the smooth touch screen.
- Transform your smartphone and tablet devices into HD brilliance while charging them at the same time through the MHL port3 when you display your smartphone/tablet content directly on the E2014T touch monitor.
- Plus, the integrated VGA, USB, DP and HDMI ports enable efficient connectivity to a whole range of peripheral devices.
- Compatible with the Dell AC511 Sound bar
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This Dell is a "good-enough" compromise and works fine with a W8 PC and okay with a W7 setup. In booth cases, no extra drivers were supplied. They were not needed.
What I like
-) resolution & screen size combined with touch-screen and an acceptable price
-) it works right out of the box, no drivers needed for W7 & W8. Linux didn't recognize the TOUCH-screen
-) it requires USB for the touchscreen --> the monitor offers 2 extra USB outputs (e.g. KBD & mouse)
-) so far I cannot complain about the image quality
What not to like :
-) the active screen is 20" but the outside of the monitor is nearly as big as a 24" The screen is surrounded by a large bezel. and that is surrounded by a thick plastic frame.
-) surprisingly heavy for a 20" -- heavier than a 24" (without touch)
-) very STRONG GLARE & very receptive to finger prints -- and since this is a touchscreen, adding filters may not be possible
-) no speakers -- playback via HDMI (or even USB) would have been nice, reducing cable clutter
-) a VESA 100 mount would have been useful
It's not a huge screen if looking for a multimedia experience sitting in from of your computer, but it sits wonderfully on my desk and performs perfectly on my workstation.
This was my first experience with windows 8 and touchscreen. I thought forever that constantly touching the screen would just goop up my monitor without much payoff. Maybe if my kids were still young and walking around with peanut-butter jelly fingers this may not make sense, but i bet they make protectors for that. Plus, a more Windows "8ish" experience is possible with the touchscreen. in fact, without it 8 doesn't make sense. Still, i don't do all my computing by swiping and keying in on the screen but the added security of imputing my pins and sensitive passwords via the screen definitely helps to thwart those wicked keylogger sons-a-bit***s.
Now for the low down.
I don't have a Dell, it's a Gateway. I'm connected with a USB and HDMI cord. The computer recognized the configuration, updated the software on first start-up and away I went swiping, scrolling, and imputing like any tablet out there.
This was the best deal at the time (sans the weird Chinese off brands) and I've never regretted the purchase.
Hop this helps.
i was never blown away with the touch sensitivity or accuracy though. over time, the screen seems to have developed "dead" spots to touch, in the places where it's touched most often. you have to touch the screen several times to get it to register a touch at all. at first, a thorough cleaning would alleviate this problem, but it has continued to get worse over time. the monitor is only four months old, and i'm already looking for a replacement.
perhaps it's not cut out for commercial use, i don't know. but if you're planning on using your new touch monitor heavily, i would look elsewhere.
i finally folded and bought a new monitor about 6 weeks ago. my replacement is this ViewSonic 22-Inch Touch Monitor and it's performed amazingly better than the dell ever did. spend the extra $50-100 up front and get the viewsonic, rather than wasting $200 on this dell that you'll eventually have to replace.
I assume that is why I'm having unique problems with this OS.