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MIMO intros fold-flat USB mini display

updated 09:50 am EDT, Mon August 10, 2009

MIMO 710-Slider USB LCD

MIMO rendered its mini monitors more portable on Monday by launching the 710-Slider. While it has the same 7-inch, 800x480 display as some earlier displays, its stand design lets the display fold completely flat with the base and lets users tote the display safely as a companion display for a notebook. Like before, the new version is completely driven by USB and receives both the visual signal and power over the single cable.

USB also helps with platform independence and lets the display work with both Mac OS X Tiger or later (through a driver download) as well as Windows XP and Vista. The 710-Slider is already available and sells for $150.






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  1. midtoad

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -3

    portable

    With this display and a bluetooth keyboard, your MacMini becomes a notebook.

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Re: portable

    Hey, with a 30" apple display and a keyboard and mouse, your MacPro becomes a notebook too!

  1. dynsight

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    hmmm

    What is the use for this? 7" is too small for demos. Is this just so that people opposite you can see what you're doing?

    Why not just another monitor?

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