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Best touchscreen monitors 2022

ASUS ZenScreen
ASUS ZenScreen (Image credit: Windows Central)

Adding one of our picks for best touchscreen monitors to your office can turn your desktop PC or non-touch Ultrabook into a versatile machine. The market for touch monitors isn't huge, but we've rounded up some of the top options available now.

Dell P2418HT (24-inch)

Articulating stand

Dell's P2418HT 24-inch monitor has an articulating stand that allows the screen to lie down at a 60-degree angle for easier touch input. It has an IPS panel for wide viewing angles, its 1920x1080 (FHD) resolution is perfect for productivity work, and you can connect your PC with HDMI, VGA, or DisplayPort. This is a well-built monitor with a stellar display, perfect for just about any environment where touch is needed.

If we're making some suggestions

Adding a touch monitor to your laptop or PC adds a whole other way to interact with Windows, and any of the options above will fulfill the same essential role. However, you might be wondering where to start.

The 24-inch Dell P2418HT is built to a high standard with an articulating stand, allowing the screen to sit at a 60-degree angle for smooth touch input. There's almost no bezel around three sides, so it should be no problem positioning this in tandem with other monitors. The IPS panel provides wide viewing angles if you're collaborating, and the FHD resolution looks great at this size. Plenty of ports, including HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA, and USB-A, make it easy to connect.

Are you looking for something you can take with you to use with the best Windows laptops? The ASUS ZenScreen is a 15.6-inch portable display with a built-in cover and stand, speakers, and 7,800mAh battery for use when there's no outlet nearby. Connect with USB-C or micro-HDMI, and enjoy an FHD resolution with solid color and contrast.

Be sure to check out our collection of the best computer monitors for more great non-touch options.

Cale Hunt
Cale Hunt

Cale Hunt is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. He focuses mainly on laptop reviews, news, and accessory coverage. He is an avid PC gamer and multi-platform user, and spends most of his time either tinkering with or writing about tech.