The specifications look familiar a 23″ 1920×1080 LCD with a 2ms response and 80,000:1 contrast ratio with VGA, DVI and HDMI connections. What makes the Acer T231h different is the USB port that connects to your PC and allows the multi-touch interface to work, if they are using Windows 7 Ultimate, Enterprise, Professional or Home Premium, other versions of Win7 as well as XP are limited in their interface.  Check out the full review that The Inquirer provided here.

“DESPITE MICROSOFT making a big song and dance about Windows 7’s built-in multi-touch shenanigans, manufacturers haven’t exactly been falling over themselves to release new touch-based hardware. Indeed, Acer’s new T213H is one of just a handful of multi-touch screen available, aiming to persuade you to ditch that archaic keyboard and mouse combo.”

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