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IDTI 21.5-inch Full HD touchscreen display for $300

IDTI 21.5-inch Full HD touchscreen display for $300

Touchscreen displays are slowly making their way into the home, accelerated since Microsoft stepped up their touch functionality in Windows 7, but they're still expensive.  IDTI reckon they have a low-cost alternative, however; their 21.5-inch display responds to pen input and two-point multitouch thanks to a proprietary touch technology, but best of all they're expecting to launch it with a $300 price tag.

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ASUS Eee Stick and LCD teams facing axe?

ASUS Eee Stick and LCD teams facing axe?

ASUS' approach with their entry-level Eee-brand devices has always been to throw as much as possible at the market and see what sticks, and ironically the Eee Stick is one of those devices that has proved less than compelling.  According to a DigiTimes report - denied by ASUS, incidentally - industry insiders are saying the company is preparing to axe its Eee Stick team, as well as the projects responsible for its LCD TV and monitor ranges.

Albatron 42-inch multitouch display gets tested [Video]

Albatron 42-inch multitouch display gets tested [Video]

If you thought HP and Dell's Windows 7 compatible multitouch monitors were desk-dominating at 21.5-inches, go away and fetch a cold-compress.  Albatron have been working on their latest optical touch display, and it's a full 42-inch whopper promising 1080p resolution, multitouch and gesture support.  mobile+notebook grabbed some hands-on (literally) time with the behemoth.

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HP Compaq L2105tm multitouch Win7 LCD drops today for $299

HP Compaq L2105tm multitouch Win7 LCD drops today for $299

Looks like Dell's SX2200T won't have the whole multitouch monitor playground to itself.  HP have announced a new, Windows 7 compatible touchscreen display, the HP Compaq L2105tm, a Full HD 1920 x 1080 LCD with an optical touchscreen supporting one- and two-finger control.  There's also, for those old-school moments, a plastic stylus hidden in a nook round back.