CES: Mac touchscreen displays go widescreen

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While Apple pioneered touchscreens with the launch of its iPhone in 2007 and later with the iPad, it is yet to sell a touchscreen MacBook, iMac, or for its users to pinch, swipe and sketch on.

One of Macworld’s recommended best monitors for Mac is the touchscreen Alogic Clarity Pro Touch Display, which is available in an old iMac-pleasing 27-inch size. Read our Alogic Clarity Pro Touch Display review.

At this month’s CES, Alogic announced a larger, widescreen 32-inch version of the monitor: the Clarity Max Touch 32-inch UHD 4K Touchscreen Monitor, which fits into a new family of Clarity displays.

The 32-inch Clarity Max 4K UHD glossy monitor is available as a 10-point multi-touch touchscreen and a standard display. Like the 27-inch models, each display can charge at 65W.

Both studio-grade models deliver larger landscape screens aimed at professionals seeking a more immersive viewing experience. The screen can tilt and swivel and be set to portrait or landscape modes.

With HDR400 support, 350 nits and a 3000:1 contrast ratio, the Clarity Max line-up delivers crisp contrasts between deep blacks and eye-catching brightness, claims Alogic.

Select models include a built-in, retractable 8-megapixel webcam. All feature a USB hub and adjustable stand.

The new Clarity Max models include:

Alogic Clarity Max 32-inch UHD 4K Monitor: US$999.99 / £999.99 / €1,199.99 / AU$1,099.95

Alogic Clarity Max Pro 32-inch UHD 4K Monitor with Smart Webcam: US$1,199.99 / £1,149.99 / €1,199.99 / AU$1,499.95

Alogic Clarity Max Touch 32-inch UHD 4K Touchscreen Monitor with Smart Webcam: US$1,399.99 / £1,399.99 / €1,699.99 / AU$1,699.95

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While Apple pioneered touchscreens with the launch of its iPhone in 2007 and later with the iPad, it is yet to sell a touchscreen MacBook, iMac, or for its users to pinch, swipe and sketch on.

One of Macworld’s recommended best monitors for Mac is the touchscreen Alogic Clarity Pro Touch Display, which is available in an old iMac-pleasing 27-inch size. Read our Alogic Clarity Pro Touch Display review.

At this month’s CES, Alogic announced a larger, widescreen 32-inch version of the monitor: the Clarity Max Touch 32-inch UHD 4K Touchscreen Monitor, which fits into a new family of Clarity displays.

The 32-inch Clarity Max 4K UHD glossy monitor is available as a 10-point multi-touch touchscreen and a standard display. Like the 27-inch models, each display can charge at 65W.

Both studio-grade models deliver larger landscape screens aimed at professionals seeking a more immersive viewing experience. The screen can tilt and swivel and be set to portrait or landscape modes.

With HDR400 support, 350 nits and a 3000:1 contrast ratio, the Clarity Max line-up delivers crisp contrasts between deep blacks and eye-catching brightness, claims Alogic.

Select models include a built-in, retractable 8-megapixel webcam. All feature a USB hub and adjustable stand.

The new Clarity Max models include:

• Alogic Clarity Max 32-inch UHD 4K Monitor: US$999.99 / £999.99 / €1,199.99 / AU$1,099.95

• Alogic Clarity Max Pro 32-inch UHD 4K Monitor with Smart Webcam: US$1,199.99 / £1,149.99 / €1,199.99 / AU$1,499.95

• Alogic Clarity Max Touch 32-inch UHD 4K Touchscreen Monitor with Smart Webcam: US$1,399.99 / £1,399.99 / €1,699.99 / AU$1,699.95

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