Acer T232HL Review
By Chris Heinonen on
One of the big changes with Windows 8 was a shift to a user interface that is more uniform across the whole Microsoft ecosystem: Phones, Tablets, Desktops, and Notebooks. In an effort to make everything uniform, that means that touch sensitivity is a main feature in the OS and one that many people will want to use on the desktop after having it on their tablet or phone. To bring this to the desktop, we now have a number of monitor vendors providing touch-sensitive displays for the desktop.
The first one that I’ve reviewed at AnandTech is the Acer T232HL. A 23″ IPS display with 1080p resolution, on paper it looks like a nice display to use if you want to interact with it on the desktop. In real world use, I found there were some issues with both the display, and with how Windows 8 is designed for the desktop and the touch interface. You can read the full Acer T232HL Review over at AnandTech to see how it performs, and see if a touch-screen is something you should consider.