The bezel is the outside frame or edge that surrounds the monitor’s front glass or LCD panel. For aesthetics or hygiene, many people prefer a bezel-less monitor or frameless monitor. They go by many names: zero-bezel monitors, or bezel-free monitor. These are simply monitors without frames. Products in this category feature LCD monitors and touch-screens that have a single piece of glass covering the entire front face of the monitor. The glass goes edge-to-edge, in all directions in monitors without bezels. This type of touchscreen has no bezel or frame around the front edges, as seen with typical LCD monitors.
32 inch frameless touch screen monitor
1) Flexible Customization ---We are able to coordinate with customers flexibly with small quantities.
2) 7-15 working days delivery time.
3) Good Cost performance --- We don't have the lowest price, And we do not aim to have the lowest price.
4) Our engineers are able to handle 98% of firmware tuning and troubleshooting by ourself.
Projected Capacitive Touch Technology
Multi-Touch (10 Points)
Zero-Bezel, Seamless, All Glass Front Face
Full HD Resolution: 1920 x 1080 (1080p/60)
Video Inputs: VGA, DVI-D, HDMI, Display Port
1 Year Warranty, can be extended to 3 years.
Q1: What is the main size for your panel pc and industrial monitor?
A: 7",10.1",15", 15.6",17",19",21.5",31.5" and wide screen the same zise. We also support the customized.
Q2: What does Android or Linux not support hot-plugging and how to improve it?
A: USB interfaces support hot swap.
Q3: Does it influence the touch screen if changing the operating system?
A: It will not be influenced by changing OS above Win7, but need to download the driver for other systems.
Q4: What is IP rating?
A: The IP code (International Protection Marking) classifies and rates the degree of protection provided against intrusion (body parts such as hands and fingers), dust, accidental contact, and water.
Q5: Can there be defective pixels on a LCD monitor?
A: An LCD monitor is made up of millions of pixels (picture elements). A pixel defect occurs when a pixel (in red, green, or blue) stays lit or ceases to function.