Eizo Touch Displays Us PCap

Eizo Japan has released two new DuraVision FDF2382WT and FDS1782T which are 23″ and 17″ touch panel monitors with 1920 x 1080 (full HD) and 1280 x 1024 resolution respectively. The monitors have PCap touch technology with a non-scratch surface with a hardness of 5H (Mohs scale), making them durable enough to withstand long-term use in applications such as kiosks, or for use in harsh environments such as factories, Eizo said.

Both monitors accept touch input from a bare finger or dedicated stylus and the screen detects up to 10 simultaneous touches so users can easily operate a variety of applications or multiple users can use the units. The company said that the sensitivity of the touch system benefits environments where delicate control over touch movement is needed – such as managing audio sliders in sound engineering or flight strips in air traffic control.

Furthermore, the DuraVision FDF2382WT and FDS1782T are equipped with technology which calibrates the touch sensitivity of the screen to minimise incorrect touch response due to environmental factors and electromagnetic noise. This ensures that the screen maintains accurate touch interaction during use.

Eizo Touch ScreenWhen taking notes in a business meeting, signing digital documents, or in other situations where writing is called for, the monitors include palm rejection technology. Other features include

  • Flicker-free display (FDF2382WT only)
  • DisplayPort, DVI-D, D-Sub inputs
  • 3-year manufacturer’s warranty

Both monitors have IPS panels and the FDS1782T has 350 cd/m² of output, with the FDF2382WT at 260 cd/m², and they both have VGA, DVI-D and DisplayPort. They are available from October.