Even before the novel USB LCD Touch Screen hit the market most people were still unaware of the touch screen phenomenon. To many a touch screen was only a multimedia mobile phone feature and nothing more. The sensor technology that facilitates the application of the touch screen in mobile phones has however been successfully adopted for LCD screens today. This new rush of technology has come with a host of attractive benefits that are really desirable.
What is more, the touch screen LCD does not need to have a singular connectivity such as is the case with cable connected LCD screens. We now have highly functional USB LCD Touch Screen brands in the market. A typical touch USB screen can be connected via a USB port as well as via a convention cable. Most USB LCD touch screens in the market today allow for numerous connections. Regular retailers will have touch USB Screen options as well as RS232 LCD screens, denoting the different connectivity options. For the USB LCD Touch Screen you can choose between a 12V controller and a 5V controller.
The USB technology has today become the de facto standard of connectivity for almost all PC peripherals and most of the common consumer electronics. The technology has evolved through four distinct stages from USB 1.1, then USB 2.0, to wireless USB and finally to USB 3.0. Today the USB 3.0 technology can be adopted for connecting a PC to an LCD display screen. The most attractive feature of the touch USB Screen designs is connectivity via a USB meaning that you can dispose off your mouse and still be able to maneuver the computer applications using a finger. The touch USB screen allows you to precisely control the mouse pointer with a finger or using a package-included pen instead of the auxiliary mouse.
We already have three market-available models of the USB LCD touch screen namely the 15 inch LCD screen (white), the 17 inch LCD screen (white) and the 17 inch LCD screen (black). Installing the LCD screen is pretty easy and straightforward. You just attach the USB LCD touch screen via a Velcro and then plug it into your PC’s USB port. It will automatically begin installing the drivers. The USB LCD touch screen is readily compatible with Windows 98-2003 SE, 2000 Pro, Me and XP.