Those fond of buying gadgets made in Taiwan would not be a stranger to a brand name called Albatron (unlike us)! This computer hardware manufacturer got our attention when it declared that the multi-touch display prototype that they had flaunted some seven months ago is just in its last stages before hitting the market in a few months.
The nameless LCD is 21.5 wide and has touch sensors in the monitor’s benzel rather than on the screen itself. This means that the display is brighter, better and much stronger. So far, it is one of the first monitors to allow at least Windows 7 users to enjoy the OS complete with supports via the multi-touch features.
So far, little is known about the hush-hush TV that doesn’t even have a name yet. What we know is the size, which we already shared, and that it will come with a 120Hz refresh rate, a DVI and VGA input. Touch info will reach the PC through a USB cable. No idea about the price tag. Let’s wait for March.
Via¬ electronista & hardwarezone