Eizo Nanao announces FlexScan T2351W multitouch monitor

The multitouch experience has become a staple for many ever since the iPhone took the world by storm, and this has proliferated to a gamut of devices as well apart from Apple’s offerings.

Eizo Nanao decided to bring the multitouch experience to your desktop thanks to the new FlexScan T2351W multitouch monitor, where it will play nice with Windows 7’s support for multitouch, lessening the use of your mouse or keyboard when convenient.

Featuring a full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080, this 23-inch display has horizontal and vertical viewing angles of 178°, a brightness level of 265 cd/m2 and contrast ratio at 3,000:1. It can accept input from a bare or gloved hand, not to mention a touch pen/stylus as well.

Connectivity options include DVI-D and D-Sub inputs, while HDMI input lets you enjoy your Blu-ray movies or games in a more intimate setting. No word on pricing, but it will come with a 3-year warranty. Hope to see this breeze through the FCC’s doors soon instead of being the Japan exclusive that it seems to be at the moment. [Press Release]

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