We are at CES 2013, and ViewSonic has just unveiled three of its latest touch displays running Windows 8 OS. Enter ViewSonic’s TD 40 Series, which includes the 23-inch TD2340, the 27-inch TD2740, and the 32-inch TD3240. The TD 40 Series is all about interactivity, and they come with a 10-point projected capacitive touch technology that offers a good touch experience to its customers.The TD 40 Series also features Professional Grade IPS panels with a 1920 x 1080 full-HD resolution and 20,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio that delivers the best of what ViewSonic can deliver. The 23-inch TD2340, for example, features an ergonomic design with a dual-hinge stand capable of 4-way adjustability, allowing the monitor to pivot or even lay flat.

The 27-inch TD2740, on other hand, comes with a picture frame stand and an integrated webcam. Similar to the TD2340, the TD2740 can also be laid flat for easier ergonomic usage. Lastly, the TD3240 is built for commercial applications. It features a screen with a 7H surface hardness that ensures durability without compromising its touch accuracy. This model also features an optional stand.

All three models will be available in the U.S. and Latin America beginning next year, with the TD2340 in January, the TD2740 in April, and the TD3240 in February. Pricing is set at $599, $799, and $2,499, respectively.

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