Touch Screen Or Non Touch Screen Has A Higher Resolution ?

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    Robert11

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    Hello,

    I see that All-In-One Desktops seem to come with either a touch screen, or
    a regular screen.

    The touch screen has no interest for me, but:

    Would a touch screen model, though, have a higher resolution that a
    similar priced, and brand, of a non-touch screen (but still an all-in-one) ?

    Thanks,
    Bob
     
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    I have an HP Compaq L2105tm touch screen monitor that has a maximum resolution of 1920x1080. Also have an ASUS 27" non-touch screen with the same maximum. These are on different computers so would have to say the video/graphics/display adapter plays a role in better or worse as what one sees. I use them at 1440x900 and both appear to be equally good.
     
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    I have a touch screen laptop...but I never use it as such. I think that one of the important things about a touch screen is the 'resolution' of the touch points. The resolution of the pixels on the LCD panel is a function of price as is the speed and the colour gamut. I don't think that touch and that resolution necessarily have any hard relationship.
     
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