The monitor is very nice, the documentation is dreadful. I went online to see if there was anything better and there was not. None of the ports are explained. There are cables included but not an HDMI which seems short sighted. Why include a VGA cable when HDMI is far more common at this point. The 10 point touch is nice and the way the screen is designed is much better than the TD2420. You can come in on the side of Win8 with no problem on this monitor. The stand on this monitor allows it to be put down flat. This makes a drawing package much easier to use. Note much easier, not easy. The height is about 5 inches off of the desktop so unless you have a high stool or are willing to stand, it is awkward using the monitor as a tablet. Somebody will at some point have a reasonably priced touch monitor that will snap out of it's stand and lay flat on the desktop. I think the graphics community would go crazy over that innovation. Monitor's color is good, touch is very good. Overall a nice monitor with really dreadful documentation.
· Projected capacitive 10-point multi-touch; Full HD 1920x1080 resolution
· MHL-enabled HDMI port
· Ergonomic dual hinge for tilt and flat adjustment
· SuperClear VA wide viewing angle; 4-port USB 3.0 hub, HDMI, DisplayPort
· Windows 8 certified
If reviewing a product, it may have been received free of charge. That will NEVER have a bearing on my recommendations.