Customer reviews for Dell S2340T 23'' Multi-Touch Monitor with LED
Review 1 for Dell S2340T 23'' Multi-Touch Monitor with LED
PostedJanuary 3, 2013
Yes, I would recommend this product
Received the new S2340T this morning, 10 day earlier than original estimated delivery date. Packing is good and easy to unpack and 1 page setup is useful and all setup and go in less than 15 minutes. Using GTX570 OC with display port and mini-HDMI and running Win 8 with Samsung 23" 3D monitor before adding this new Dell S2340T. Initial setup has minor issue with color distortion but once restart all went well. Screen color is better than Samsung when I put down right to each other. And only setting needs to tune is to disable the 3D setting since original Samsung monitor support 3D. Play Civilisation V (yes old game) and find new option to use touch screen, will give it a try later. Handwriting Chinese (tradition) is easy by using the on screen keyboard. Browsing is easy especially for old man with easy zoom with fingers. USB 3.0 is used to link up with my Seagate 2TB drive via the Dell S2340T and also move other 2 USB devices to the Monitor USB port, freeing up the already full USB connection. Display port cable is included, so no need to try to find out where to buy one. Tilting is easy and can be done with single hand if needed, the base is stable enough. Bottom edge of the screen has 2 rubber protector in case you forget you have a keyboard or other stuff under the monitor when you tilt it. Only concern you may have is the cost.
Pros:game, internet, work
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Review 2 for Dell S2340T 23'' Multi-Touch Monitor with LED
PostedNovember 14, 2012
Yes, I would recommend this product
Use: Home use only, mainly internet, gaming
Coments: On opening the box I found the product packed very well and for a change easy to get out of the box. It's nice to see that Dell are including all the cables that you need not just power but HDMI & USB too. Often enough at work I buy equipment and find I need extra cables to make it work, thats quite frustrating, so well done Dell.
Installation was easy enough except that the display didn't go all the way to the edge of the screen area, (I don't mean the bezel) after a bit of clicking about I found a checkbox that put this right. I suspect this may have had more to do with the ATI video card than the monitor.
I REALLY like the adjustment options for the screen, it not only goes up & down but all the way back to a flat position and back to upright. I leave it upright if gaming and typing but fold it back when internet browsing and just listening to music. very cool !
The screen itself, (while I am no artist) seems to have decent colour, contrast etc no apparent of discolouration or bright/dark patches you find with some cheap monitors.
As for the actual touch aspect it works very well, slides smoothly and unlike some, (resistive?) screens you don't need to press hard. One more thing, I have used touch screens in the past and have had to increase icon size and lower resolution to make the screen usable, not sure how dell do it but I haven't had to do that and I am running 1920x1080
No, I'm wrong another last thing, its good having the built in speakers too, it means less junk on your desk and less cables. Anything with less cables is a good thing!
pros: great with W8, haven't tried with W7 or XP. It's a nice touch adding USB3 & audio ports and speakers to the monitor. Good quality finish which feels very robust.
cons: not really a con as such just something to be aware of. I realised when I opened the box the monitor had no VGA or DVI input. Initially I used the onboard graphics until I could change my video card. A good excuse to upgrade ;) ( I understand that nearly all new devices are HDMI.)
Overall: A nice monitor, good quality, good touch sensitivity I would recommend this product to anyone, very happy.