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Touchscreen monitor shootout: Dell's P2314T takes on Samsung's S24C770T

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At a Glance

This is a very good touchscreen display, with all the video inputs you could ask for, plus a USB hub and MHL support for mobile devices.

Price when rated: $383
Lowest price: $317.00 via Microsoft Store

Pros

  • Accurate color
  • Responsive touchscreen
  • Plethora of I/O ports
  • Sturdy, yet flexible stand

Cons

  • Highly reflective screen
  • Prone to glare
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At a Glance

Samsung's S24C770T has a superior stand, but its color fidelity and off-axis viewing aren't as good as they could be. And at this price point, we expect more input choices than just dual HDMI.

Price when rated: $550
Lowest price:

Pros

  • Responsive touchscreen
  • Built-in speakers
  • Sturdy, yet flexible stand

Cons

  • Panel has a reddish hue
  • Too-few connectivity features
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