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ppgrainbow

USB touchscreen monitors under Windows Vista

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I'm looking for a USB-powered touchscreen monitor that will fit within the $100 to $200 budget this Christmas so that I can use it as a second monitor.

Can you try to find me a good product that will still provide driver support under Windows Vista 64-bit? I know that touchscreen support was not introduced until the release of Windows 7 in late 2009. However, a handful of vendors did provide touchscreen driver support for Windows XP and even Windows Vista.

If I can't find one, I could end up sticking with a USB-powered monitor.

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Loosely, something *like* this?:

https://www.cartft.com/catalog/il/1587

 

t seems like the good guys :yes: over there have drivers for 9x/Me and NT 4.00 too :w00t: (at least for some TFT displays) :

https://www.cartft.com/support/drivers/TFT/

 

jaclaz

Thank you for the suggestion! I'll look up on eBay to see what I can find.

 

I found that MIMO-based monitors such as the Mimo TOUCH 2 have touchscreen support for Windows XP and later as well as 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows Vista and up. :)

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