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Displays Need a decent touch screen

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by M_D_K, 24 May 2016.

  1. M_D_K

    M_D_K Minimodder

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    Howdy Folks,

    Need some recommendations for decent touchscreens, preferably from people that have them and use them often, the Dell monitor used at the moment I think is restive touch screen and its a bit unreliable at recognizing touch.

    The monitor is going to be used on a factory floor for employees to clock in & out and also to log onto jobs.

    Any help would be much appreciated :)
     
  2. Atomic

    Atomic Gerwaff

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    These days resistive touch screens really need a plastic pen attached to them, most people are too used to capacitive screens and don't press hard enough.
     
  3. spolsh

    spolsh Multimodder

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    Don't know how much help this is, but the Dr's surgeries I work at both use iiyama touchscreens for self check-in purposes. They're used 5 days a week and don't generate a large number of complaints from patients.
     
  4. seapanda

    seapanda moobs r us

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    Definitely don't get a Viewsonic. Aftercare - i.e. whoever VS contracts to - in the UK is Turd with a capital T.

    Regretful owner of a couple of TD's.
     
  5. M_D_K

    M_D_K Minimodder

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    iiyama screens are the ones I"m looking at, one of our machines has a pretty good touch screen in but they wont tell me what it is which is a pain.


    will give this one a go https://www.amazon.co.uk/iiyama-Pro...464117963&sr=8-12&keywords=iiyama+touchscreen
     

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