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Lesley1948
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Can a touch screen monitor be added to a non-touch pavilion g6

I purchased my Pavilian g6 (running windows 8) aproximately 12 months ago and have a dual monitor setup at present but would like to upgrade the secondary monior to touch screen. Is this possible?

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Extrenal display? sure you can.

http://www.hp.com/large/products/business-monitors.html

 

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Thanks for the quick reply and I'm very keen to get my hands on one of these monitors but can't find one online in the UK. Any suggestions for a UK outlet or will I have to source it from the US?

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Hi,

I think these are available for online stores such as Amazon, ebay etc... you should be able to order one from UK stores or place order from US stores and they ship it to you.

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I've done exactly that so many thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

 

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