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Re: Touch Screen Monitors

Post by BigWillieStyle » Thu Jan 11, 2018 3:00 pm

What's everyone's opinion on ELO Monitors?

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I might have a source on some Elo 21.5" E497002 Pro-Cap 10-Point Touch displays on-par or better than ASUS VT207 pricing.

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Re: Touch Screen Monitors

Post by martyscncgarage » Thu Jan 11, 2018 3:49 pm

BigWillieStyle wrote:
Thu Jan 11, 2018 3:00 pm
What's everyone's opinion on ELO Monitors?

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I might have a source on some Elo 21.5" E497002 Pro-Cap 10-Point Touch displays on-par or better than ASUS VT207 pricing.
Elo is known for their industrail grade monitors. They've been doing touch for years.....
If you can get them new for sub $200 that's quite the deal.
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Re: Touch Screen Monitors

Post by bloomingtonmike » Fri Jan 12, 2018 12:45 am

Make sure the elo models are 16:9. Many are 4:3 and meant for kiosk and point of sale setups. I also like driverless touchscreen monitors that use usb if we have to run win10 anyway. Future proofs connectivity and interface and compatibility. Plus i am a fan of hdmi connections too as they lend well to the fan less computer sff and mini pcs without the need for adapters. Saving $20-$50 is not my main driver when I build a cnc machine. Ymmv.
Mikie in Bloomington IL

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