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The Acer T230H: It *wants* you to touch it

The Acer T230H's touch screen is its biggest selling point.

Look, and *do* touch. Josh P. Miller/CNET

Finally, we've gotten to our very last (for now) Acer review. This time, however, we've branched out a little. The new review for the Acer T230His actually the first in four Acer reviews that doesn't feature a monitor with the same basic design as the H233H, the H243H, or the D240H. An end to the monotony, finally.

The T230H differentiates itself with a superglossy screen, a very angular design, and touch-screen support. With a Windows 7 system in tow, the tip of your finger becomes the mouse and instead of using a physical keyboard, a software keyboard makes itself available.

A fun concept to be sure, but read the full review to discover why we feel it could have been implemented better. Also, check out all the latest monitor reviews here.

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