Dell Japan have officially announced the Dell SX2210T multitouch-capable touchscreen display, first spotted floating around the company’s support pages earlier this week. The SX2210T is a 21.5-inch display running at native 1920 x 1080 resolution, 2-megapixel webcam, 50,000:1 contrast ratio and support for one or two fingered gestures.
Connectivity includes HDMI, DVI and VGA inputs, together with audio in/out, and there’s an integrated USB hub too. The touchscreen layer works via the upstream USB connection to a Windows 7 PC, and Dell are saying the SX2210T is Windows 7 Certified and, as such, requires no special setup: multitouch should be recognized automatically (assuming you have apps that support it).
In Japan, the Dell SX2210T is available to order now, priced at 44,509 yen ($488). That puts it significantly higher than HP’s similarly-sized multitouch monitor, but we imagine the Dell will drop in price when it gets an official release on the Dell US pages.