|Price incl. VAT||£426.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£355.75|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £42.70 Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Return products within two months £21.35 Possibility to return products within two months||
Touchscreen LCD Monitor iiyama ProLite T1532MSC-B3AG uses capacitive multitouch technology, which thanks to a glass overlay covering the screen guarantees high durability, scratch resistance and perfect picture with excellent performance.
Touchscreen LCD Monitor iiyama ProLite T1532MSC-B3AG uses capacitive multitouch technology, which thanks to a glass overlay covering the screen guarantees high durability, scratch resistance and perfect picture with excellent performance. It features an intuitive interface and flexible stand. Home will feel in shops, bars, restaurants, but also in factories, banking, information centers and in applications that require secure, easy to understand and easy operation.
Monitor diagonal of 15 "works with 1024 × 768 resolution, format 4: 3 picture and sound of 8ms. Touch function will remain unaffected even if the glass is scratched. IP54 designation indicates that withstands even high concentrations of dust and is resistant to water spray from all directions.
The monitor is also equipped with key lock which caters to lock the control panel. The operator can not accidentally change settings already made. Unauthorized changes is often lead to subsequent problems during use.
Tilt the screen up to 90 ° upwards, ie in a horizontal position, with the option of wall mounting guarantees high user comfort and space savings. Plus quality built-in speakers and an improved system holding the cable that secures the aesthetic appearance of the monitor. Additional options offers a connector kit as DVI-D, VGA, and USB. As an accessory you will find all the necessary cabling.
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