Samsung Rolls Out Their First Multi-Touch Display for Windows 8

At CES next week, Samsung will be revealing their efforts to enter what will soon be a crowded Windows 8-optimized monitor market.

The Samsung SC770 is a 24” touchscreen monitor, complete with ten-point multitouch to take full advantage of Windows 8. It’ll have an MVA panel with a 1920 x 1080 resolution. As is necessary for any good touchscreen monitor, you’ll be able to move the screen around a bit, too. The SC770 offers 60 degree tilt, so while you can’t totally position it to fit your exact needs, it should be comfortable enough for most to use.

No word on pricing yet, though all indications say these should go on sale early this year. We’ll likely know more once the SC770 is officially unveiled in Las Vegas next week.

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  1. Why don’t they just come on and make the Microsoft surface table affordable this seems like what they are headed towards with this screen, the hardware of the sur40 just runs Microsoft software its made by Samsung

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