Best Multi Touch Monitors

Best Multi Touch Monitors – The best Multi touchscreen monitors provide the same crisp imagery and their non-touch counterparts but also offer a responsive, slick, and elegant way to interface with your PC or other devices. In the modern display market, you no longer need to pay a massive premium for a touchscreen either—while they’re still generally pricier than standard displays, the markup is significantly less brutal than in previous generations.

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1.Dell P2418HT 23.8″

Pros & Cons

Dell is a big name in monitors, and with the Dell P2418HT says it has eliminated the need for the usual glass cover on the touchscreen, allowing them to style it like a traditional monitor with a striking matte finish. If you’re on the hunt for the best touch screen monitors, but can’t stand the glossy finish that comes with them, then the Dell P2418HT might be the one for you.

It’s not a one-trick pony though. The Dell P2418HT is well-designed in almost every aspect. The stand is one of the most sophisticated designs that we’ve seen, with a flexible arm that lets you move the screen in any direction to get the best possible viewing angle.

2.ViewSonic TD2455

Pros & Cons

It supports both gesture-based (finger) multi-touch and use with an included stylus. Its stand tilts back unusually far (to within 30 degrees of horizontal), letting a standing presenter easily control the monitor from its screen. The TD2455 doesn’t come cheap, but its image quality and presentation-friendly features make it a worthwhile purchase and an easy selection as Editors’ Choice for those who need desktop-based touch input in a stand-alone monitor.

The TD2455’s 23.8-inch panel uses in-plane switching (IPS) technology and offers 1080p (1,920-by-1,080-pixel) resolution at a standard widescreen (16:9) aspect ratio. The flat screen is set in a matte-black cabinet. It has a 0.6-inch bezel on the bottom and ultra-thin bezels on the sides—making it a good choice for a multi-monitor setup—and top.

3.HP VH240a 23.8-Inch

Pros & Cons

The HP VH240a  has a few strengths that set it apart from most budget monitors: notably, an unusually high contrast ratio for an IPS panel, and excellent sRGB color coverage. Its flexible stand gives you ergonomics that are unparalleled in this price range, and it has a pair of built-in 2-watt speakers.

The panel it most closely resembles is the Editors’ Choice-award-winning HP 24mh, a newer monitor that shares most of the VH240a’s features while adding a DisplayPort connector. It’s a fine alternative to that winner, though, if you don’t need that input.

4.LG 29WN600-W 29″

Pros & Cons

The 29-inch ultrawide monitor looks pretty cool. The bezels of the screen are quite thin, the bottom bezel has branding and this one has some thickness for obvious reason. The bezels have a matte anti-glare coating to eliminate reflections.

The monitor holds two HDMI ports a single DisplayPort, a 3.5 mm headphones jack, and dual 7W integrated speakers. All the ports are at the back. You can easily access those ports and connect power to the monitor to begin your new gaming journey.

The display supports 5ms MPRT response time and a swift 75Hz refresh rate. The screen has Flicker-Safe technology to reduces invisible flickering on the screen and Reader Mode that provides a more comfortable working environment for your eyes.

5.Acer R240HY bidx

Pros & Cons

Along the bottom edge of the panel is a strip of glossy-black trim that holds five function buttons and a Power switch, and around back are an HDMI port, a DVI port, and a VGA port, as well as a headphone jack. As with many midrange monitors, the R240HY lacks USB ports and speakers.

It’s also missing a DisplayPort input. Picture settings are basic and include Brightness, Contrast, and Blue Light adjustments, along with the usual analog (Position, Focus, and Clock) settings. You won’t find any advanced settings, such as the 6-Axis-Color and Gamma settings that you get with the Acer H257HU. Picture presets include User, ECO, Standard, Graphics, and Movie modes.


Best Multi Touch Monitors – It’s got great connectivity options, and features an anti-glare coating so it’s easy to set up at the office (whether at work or at home) regardless of lighting conditions.

Continue on to our roundup for more of the best touchscreen monitors money can buy, or bop on over to our best computer monitors list for even more great options.