One of the less enticing parts of Windows 8 is how so much of the operating system wishes you had a touch screen. Swipe down, up, right, and left, or hold an icon down with your finger to move it.
While many probably won’t have a touchscreen to make use of Windows 8, monitor manufacturers are trying to do their best to fix that, and Acer is this week adding a new touchscreen display to that mix.
The same style of stand is also used, which protrudes from the back and allows the screen to lean, and can even be adjusted up to 60 degrees, so you can see it from different positions.
Windows 8 certification is included for the monitor, meaning it will likely work best – at least the touch connectivity – in a Windows 8 environment, though it should work with other operating systems as well.