A resistive touch screen monitor is a type of monitor that uses pressure-sensitive resistive film to register input. When an object, such as a finger, presses down on the surface of the screen, the film bends and registers the position of the press. This information is then sent to a controller which interprets the input and tells the computer what to do.Resistive touch screen monitors are used in a variety of applications, from industrial controls to consumer electronics. They are durable and easy to use, making them ideal for applications where user input is required. One of the key advantages of resistive touch screens is that they can be used with gloves or other objects that would not be able to be used with a capacitive touch screen.