GVision L15AX 15" Touch Display

Mfg.Part: L15AX-JA-452G | CDW Part: 1214256 | UNSPSC: 43211902
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GVISION Premium 15” POS touchscreen, black all aluminum base with 90* tilt. VGA analog and DVI inputs. Includes speakers (resistive GTouch w/dual controller, serial/USB)

GVISION Premium 15” POS touchscreen with fashionable, sleek and slim black design. 250 brightness, 500:1 contrast ratio, VGA analog and DVI inputs. All-aluminum pedestal base, capable of 90* tilt and VESA mounting. Optional resistive GTouch sensor with serial/USB dual controller.
GVision L15AX 15" Touch Display is rated3.00 out of5 by2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from L15AX is a great POI MonitorThe L15AX is a very responsive monitor. It's touch ready and has a stand for immediate use. It's resistive touch screen allows for more than just my finger to use but also any other input. Great resolution and overall this monitor is great for what its worth. Plus side it also came with built in speakers.
Date published: 2013-03-26T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from software application problemsFirst of all, the monitor has a glare very hard to see in some angles.The monitor can not be used in the some applications.Touch is weak at some spots on screen and edges.tried to install the driver many times in windows but stillthe same with usb and serial ports.Called gvision for help but they aredid not solve the problem. I should'nt buy this monitor.This product has been a severe disappointment. I had the displeasure of purchasing their P17BH-AB. The first thing I noticed was that the screen is coated with a silver membrane that makes it hard to see even under ideal lighting conditions. Glare was very bad. Then, after connecting it I attempted to load the drivers. The Windows setup program crashed. I then attempted to load the Linux drivers which appeared to go without a hitch - except that the unit did not work. I placed several calls to the manufacturer. Tech support would not answer and the voice mailbox was full so I couldn't leave a message. I called again and selected sales. I got through to the US director of sales. I began by telling him that the vendor had a 10 day return policy and that I was concerned that if I exceeded that time before getting the unit to work, I would be stuck with it. The director assured me that he would make sure I would not get stuck with the monitor if we couldn't get it to work. What followed was the most frustrating 7 months of back and forth emails between myself and GVision. The engineers would ask questions and give instructions, then in the next email ignore the answers and ask the same questions again. It was clear that they either did not understand english or just didn't read my responses. They would give the same instructions repeatedly. After about 6 months, the manufacturer simply stopped responding to my emails.It is now too late to return the product, thus I have a touch screen that does not work and I will never recover the money or time spent.I would strongly urge anyone considering a G-Vision monitor to look elsewhere.
Date published: 2012-08-09T00:00:00-04:00