|a. a visual display unit screen that allows the user to give commands to the computer by touching parts of the screen instead of using the keyboard|
|b. (as modifier): a touch-screen computer|
|Main Entry:||touch screen|
|Part of Speech:||n|
|Definition:||a display or monitor on which the user selects options with the touch of a finger, stylus, or digital pen|
|touchscreen (tŭch'skrēn') Pronunciation Key
A monitor screen that can detect and respond to something, such as a finger or stylus, pressing on it.