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Multi Touch Monitor on Windows 10 - Does it work well?

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asked Sep 14, 2017 in Studio One 3 by adamwolf1 (140 points)
Hi, sorry if this has been asked before.  I got to demo Studio One 3 on a friend's computer and loved it so I'm thinking about getting it, but I'm wondering if it works well with a touchscreen monitor on Windows 10?  It's a lot of money to drop for a potential lackluster experience and I haven't really been able to find a straight answer.  I've seen some forums that say there are problems but those posts appear to be quite old, so I'm looking for an up to date answer on this.

If so, are there some monitors that work better than others?  Is there a list of supported monitors?

Thank you in advance.

1 Answer

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answered Sep 15, 2017 by Jamesrhone1 (200,380 points)
Touchscreens on computers in my experience are like an extra peripheral device that help the traditional mouse and QWERTY keyboard improve workflow. If you were to use a mouse by itself, or a QWERTY by itself, your workflow would suffer. Same with a touchscreen on a computer, by itself there may be limitations.

Here is a Studio One Forum thread on touchscreens, I recommend reading this and joining in the discussion: