Touch screen monitor for rhythm games

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  1. Touch screen monitors
    1. Dell S2240T
    2. Dell S2340T (S2340Tt)
    3. Dell P2314T
    4. Dell P2418HT
    5. Iiyama T2336MSC
    6. Philips 242B9T
    7. ViewSonic TD2223 / TD2423 / TD2423D (IR touch monitor)

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Touch screen monitors

Here is a list of small-ish (20”-27”) touch screen monitors and their sample rate (poll time) measured with mouserate application.

You want at least 200Hz for fast-paced rhythm games to be playable, but in reality, higher the better. For general application usage, you want something around 100Hz for a good tablet-like experience, but 60Hz is acceptable if you are not too picky.

Note that this is just based on user data, there is no guarantee that a model manufactured on a certain date uses a specific touch controller - your mileage may vary.

And of course, IR touch screen sensors are also a thing, but they are not covered here.

Dell S2240T

  • 2013 Manufacturing Date: (Unknown month) 200Hz
  • 2014 Manufacturing Date:
    • May: 200Hz
    • September: 180Hz
  • 2015 Manufacturing Date:
    • February: 200Hz
    • March: 200Hz
    • September: 200Hz
  • Late 2016 Manufacturing Date: 140Hz
  • Early 2017 Manufacturing Date: 180Hz
  • Mid 2017 Manufacturing Date: 140Hz
  • February 2018 Manufacturing Date: 180Hz

Dell S2340T (S2340Tt)

  • Oct 2012 Manufacturing Date: 180Hz

Dell P2314T

  • November 2015 Manufacturing Date: 60Hz

Dell P2418HT

  • May 2018 Manufacturing Date: 60Hz

Iiyama T2336MSC

  • Revision B1: 180Hz

Philips 242B9T

  • August 2021: 130Hz

ViewSonic TD2223 / TD2423 / TD2423D (IR touch monitor)

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