And I still don't want finger smudges on my desktop display.
So, no thank you.
Not to mention how much repeatedly raising your arms to touch the screen 3' in fromt and 1-2' above the keyboard would kill your arms.
I have a hard time understanding how desktop LCD manufacturers seem oblivious to fundamental ergonomic flaws of touch on desktop screens. The closest thing to a PC I might use touch on is portable AiOs.
Well, this clearly not for some people, but looking at the monitor on its merits, the price is a little high for not a whole lot different than what is already out there. The MHL port is an interesting addition, but I don't know that it's particularly useful. Definitely the variety of mounting options is a plus.
LOL@anyone touching their monitor and putting fingerprints all over it. Not to mention this is useless to anyone who enjoys leaning back in their chair to work with...wait for it...Their mouse and keyboard...ROFL.
Whatever...I will break your fingers for TOUCHING my monitor's screen