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$300 touchscreen attachment?

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has anyone ever used an add on touch screen monitor before? they retail about 300 bux and attach over your monitor itself.

if they work i want two for running cubase... i can't find any information about them though, only a link to get one
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I have seen and used a Keytec touch screen before. I really did not like the small cursor that was on the screen but i could not change the Display resolution because it was not my computer. The cursor would get lost behind my fingertip and so i would have to lift my finger and retouch to get the arrow on the button for clicking. It did not help that the computer display setting was at 1280 x 1024, which made for small text and buttons on a 17 " screen. It seemed to work pretty good except for that.

For a couple hundred more you can buy a real 17 touch screen monitor . The 19 inch are getting kinda expensive at $1000, so i could see where a add-on screen would work there.


Heres where you can download some PDF files on using touch screens. The user's manual has some info.


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