PIO

PC Spec and Monitor Connection




Specification of the Computer for Running PIO

  • OS: Windows 7 (64 bit)
  • CPU: Intel Core i5 or higher (or equivalent AMD chips)
  • RAM: 8GB or higher
  • Graphics Card: nVidia GeForce 400 series or higher (or equivalent ATI cards)
  • Monitor: 1920 x 1080 or higher




Monitor Connection for PIO

  • Integrated Configuration: An order-based manufacturer produces vertical touch screen monitor in which the computer is included. No particular connection is needed.
  • Separable Configuration: In this configuration, the touch screen monitor is separated from the PIO-software installed computer thus the monitor has to be connected to the computer.

Steps for Preparing the Separable Configuration

Prepare a Touch Screen Monitor

Purchasing a Touch Screen Monitor

Touch screen monitor is manufactured in various sizes. Since it is not househod goods, often it is not sold in the general stores. You have to find the manufacturer (for an example, search the web with "SC750 monitor") and place the order. In purchasing the touch screen monitor, you need to make sure the touch operation is compatible with the operation system of your PIO-software installed computer. The best way is to take the PIO-software installed computer with you and experiment yourself if touch operation works for PIO when connected to the touch screen monitor.

Purchasing a Portable
Touch Monitor

13 inch thin touch monitor (search the web with "On Lap 1303I Touch Monitor") is available in the market. You need to make sure the touch operation is compatible with the operation system of the PIO-software installed computer.

Purchasing a Touch Screen Glass Panel

A normal monitor can be converted into a touch screen one by attaching an accessory part called the touch screen glass panel. A touch screen glass panel that is currently sold in the market (search the web with "touch screen glass panel").


Connect the Monitor to the PIO-software Installed Computer

  • The touch screen monitor now has to be control-connected (usually it has a USB outlet for this) as well as RGB-connected to the computer.