Pro Included stylus lives in a port in the monitor
This monitor comes with a stylus which has a slot it fits in when not in use (very useful, as stylus are often the most misplaced accessories). It's a nice addition, as it helps improve touch accuracy over a finger and doesn't leave oily smudge marks. However, it requires a bit of force to register and offers more resistance than expected making scrolling and selecting more of a hassle than required.
Pro Pretty good contrast ratio provides vivid colors
The contrast ratio is measured at 736:1, which is slightly lower than the advertised 1000:1, however still high enough to provide good contrast between lights and darks. A panel with a high contrast ratio provides vivid colors, which leads to a more pleasing viewing experience.
Pro Integrated speakers provide the basic necessity of sound
The stereo 2 watt speakers aren't mind blowing, but they provide sufficient audio for the odd video. It's a nice inclusion to have, although if you plan on watching many movies or listening to music, you may want to invest in dedicated speakers.
Con Only supports 2-point touch
Virtually every other touchscreen monitor offers at least 5-point touch, but most offer 10-point touch (some even offer 20-point touch). 2-point touch still allows for multi-touch gestures such as pinch to zoom and two-finger scrolling, however 3-point gestures won't register. You may find other limitations depending on which apps you use.
Con Weak green and red color reproduction
Blue is the only color that appears true-to-life on the display - reds and greens don't display accurately. This is a big deal for anybody hoping to edit graphics, video, or any other color sensitive work. Some users might not notice the low (86%) sRGB gamut, but others will.