|Viewing Angle Range
|LCD Active Area (mm)
|LCD Outline Dimension (mm)
|Touch IC Chip
|PCAP Touch & LCD Display & PCB
|HDMI (for display and image), USB (for touch and power)
|Optical Bonding, Air Bonding
|Windows, Android, Linux etc
|Industrial Control, Home Automation, Medical Device, Self-service Terminal etc
Yes, USB touch displays are generally easy to set up. They often require no complex installation or additional drivers. You typically connect the USB cable to your computer, and the touchscreen functionality becomes operational.
Many USB touch displays support multi-touch gestures, allowing users to perform actions like pinch-to-zoom, rotate, swipe, and more using multiple fingers on the screen.
USB touch displays can serve as primary monitors, but their suitability depends on your specific needs. Some users prefer them as secondary displays for tasks that benefit from touch interaction, such as drawing, designing, or presentations.
Some advantages of USB touch displays include intuitive and interactive navigation, space-saving design, easy installation (typically plug-and-play), and compatibility with various operating systems. They are also cost-effective compared to dedicated touch-enabled devices.
A USB touch display is essential for various applications and industries due to its versatility and user-friendly interaction. It offers a seamless way to add touch functionality to existing systems or devices.