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Reviewed: Three touchscreen displays that bring Windows 8 to life

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At a Glance

This is a terrific display, but we do wish it allowed height adjustments.

Price when rated: $549
Lowest price: $418.00 via Best Buy

Pros

  • Ten-point touchscreen
  • Wide viewing angle
  • Accurate colors
  • Smooth gradients

Cons

  • Stand is difficult to set up
  • No height adjustments
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At a Glance

This is a very good display, but its controls are more difficult to use than they should be, and its viewing angles aren't as good as other IPS monitors we've evaluated.

Price when rated: $550
Lowest price:

Pros

  • Ten-point touch
  • IPS panel
  • LED backlight

Cons

  • Limited ergonomic flexibility
  • Black levels require adjustment
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At a Glance

ViewSonic's TD2340 is more expensive than other monitors in its class, but it delivers enough features and value to warrant the difference.

Price when rated: $600
Lowest price: $482.00 via Sears.com

Pros

  • Ten-point touchscreen
  • Wide viewing angles
  • Versatile stand
  • DisplayPort

Cons

  • Not particularly attractive
  • Bulky and heavy
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