3M unveils M2256PW display

3M LCD gets ten finger salute.

| Jan 6, 2010 at 11:49 am CST
CES 2010 - Touch screen technology has grown rapidly since the iPhone launched. The tech was relatively unknown until the iPhone made touch the feature to have. Today touch technology has made its way into all sorts of devices from phones to computers.


3M has announced its latest multi touch LCD at CES called the M2256PW. The screen uses new 3M technology allowing it to accept input from ten fingers at one. More than one user can input to the screen at once too.

The LCD is Windows 7 compatible so it needs no drivers to operate. The screen resolution is 1680 x 1050 and it supports 720p video. Inputs include DVI and VGA with audio and USB ports included as well. Pricing and availability are unknown.

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