Best Touch Screen Monitors for Mac – The best touchscreen monitors for Mac will change the way you use computers forever. Now, as well as your keyboard and mouse, you’ll be able to interact with websites, apps and more via your screen. The ability to tap, swipe, pinch and zoom, just like on your phone or tablet, will make every task easier, faster and more fun.
1.ASUS VP249QGR 23.8”
Pros & Cons
- 23. 8 inch Full HD (1920x1080) LED backlit display with IPS 178° wide viewing angle panel
- Up to 144Hz refresh rate with Adaptive-Sync (FreeSync ) technology to eliminate tracing and ensure crisp and clear video playback
- ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur (ELMB ) technology enables a 1ms response time (MPRT) together, eliminating ghosting and tearing for sharp gaming visuals with high frame rates
- ASUS Eye Care technology with flicker-free backlighting and blue light filter to minimize eye
- Extensive connectivity including DisplayPort, HDMI and D-sub ports and VESA wall-mountable to save on desktop space
The ASUS VP249QGR is an affordable 24″ 1080p 144Hz IPS gaming monitor. It provides excellent image quality, smooth performance and many useful features for the price. There are better (though slightly more expensive) alternatives, but if you have a limited budget you won’t be disappointed by the VP249QGR.
The ASUS VP249QGR is yet another 24″ 1080p 144Hz gaming monitor based on PANDA’s IPS panel. It’s the least expensive model, but as such, it skimps on certain features such as design versatility.
Its performance and image quality, however, are on par with (or even better) certain more expensive alternatives! Overall, it’s an excellent budget gaming monitor.
2.Sceptre IPS 27 inch
Pros & Cons
- IPS Panel: The IPS (In-Plane Switching) panel cannot be beat when it comes to consistently delivering top color performance and sharp visibility from multiple viewing angles.
- 165Hz Refresh Rate: Pushing beyond the standard refresh rate, 165Hz gives gamers an edge in visibility as frames transition instantly, leaving behind no blurred images.
- Response Time 1ms MPRT: With 1ms MPRT, motion blur is eliminated and exceptionally crisp imagery is visible in the midst of chaotic combat.
- 320 Brightness: Remarkably vivid colors illuminate the screen like never before with 320 cd/m² brightness.
- Blue Light Shift: Blue Light Shift reduces blue light, allowing you to comfortably work, watch, or play applications without straining your eyes.
High quality graphics are super important when you’re playing and the gaming monitors sometimes sold with PCs are pretty rubbish. You may also want to use a monitor alongside a gaming laptop.
The display size, also known as viewable image size (VIS) is the physical size of the area where videos are displayed – not the monitor case itself. The size of a screen is the length of its diagonal, which is the distance between opposite corners, usually in inches. Check our compare monitors page to see other monitors this size at a larger range of prices.
When it comes to the all important specs the max screen resolution is 1920 x 1080 pixels, the refresh rate is 75 Hz. This is a 1080p Sceptre monitor and can run at 75 Hz.
3.ASUS 24″ 1080P
Pros & Cons
- 24 inch Full HD (1920x1080) display with an overclockable 165Hz (supports 144Hz) rapid refresh rate and 0.5ms (GTG) response time
- NVIDIA G-SYNC technology removes stutter and screen tearing for the smoothest gaming experience
- ASUS Eye Care technology with flicker-free and blue light filter to minimize eye fatigue
- Flexible connectivity with HDMI (v1 4) DisplayPort 1.2 and Dual-link DVI-D ports
- Ergonomically-designed stand with tilt swivel pivot height adjustment plus wall-mount capability for ultimate viewing comfort
- Exclusive GameVisual & Gameplus functions to enhance color performance and control
The ASUS VG248QE doesn’t support AMD FreeSync variable refresh rate technology, but it does have NVIDIA 3D Vision and NVIDIA 3D LightBoost. The now-outdated 3D Vision technology provides a 3D viewing experience for compatible content using the 3D Vision active-shutter glasses.
This technology can work simultaneously as LightBoost to increase the screen brightness and decrease ghosting and crosstalk.
Alternatively, you can just use LightBoost to decrease motion blur by backlight strobing, but at the cost of added input lag. Certain workarounds include fiddling with driver settings and third-party software that can get rid of the extra input lag and can make LightBoost work with AMD graphics cards.
4.Dell P2418HT 23.8″
Pros & Cons
- Intuitive touch: the 10-point touch feature delivers a more natural and responsive experience, so you can tap, swipe, slide and pinch in a snap. Enjoy smoother navigation with two-handed touch control across the anti-glare screen, from edge-to-edge.
- Work from any position: An articulating stand transitions from a standard desktop monitor to a downward 60-degree angle touch orientation. It also supports extended tilt and swivel capabilities, so you can adjust the screen to your task or a more comfortable position. Plus, a protective cushion offers a durable buffer against Bumps when the stand is fully compressed.
- See clearly: state-of-the-art advanced in-cell touch technology eliminates the need for the glass screen found in traditional monitors, delivering an anti-glare surface that reduces distracting reflections and fingerprints. The result is a smooth Display with improved clarity that's easy on the eyes.
- A seamless view: An ultrathin bezel is a stylish, elegant way to achieve unobstructed views when working across multiple monitors.
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. The Dell P2418HT had an MSRP of when it launched a few years back, but we’ve consistently seen it on sale for closer to in 2020.
5.Acer R240HY bidx
Pros & Cons
- 23.8" Full HD IPS widescreen with 1920 x 1080 resolution
- Response time: 4ms, refresh rate: 60 hertz, pixel pitch: 0.2745 millimeter. 178 degree wide viewing angle, display colors: 16.7 million
- The zero frame design provides maximum visibility of the screen from edge to edge
- Signal inputs: 1 x HDMI, 1 x DVI (withHDCP) & 1 x VGA. Does not support HDCP 2.2, the version this monitor supports is HDCP 1.4
- No picture visible using the OSD menu, adjust brightness and contrast to maximum or reset to their default settings. Brightness is 250 nit. Operating power consumption: 25 watts
- Monitor only, without speaker
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 Touch Screen Monitors for Mac – There are a vast array of touchscreen monitors to choose from, and new models are coming out every day. So it can be a bit of a challenge to find the right one for you. To help you out, we’ve brought together the very best touchscreen monitors available today in one simple article.