Mimo has put out two new USB-powered monitors with a modern twist. Called the Mimo Magic Touch, the two models are still basically 10.1-inch secondary mini-screens that extend your Windows 7 desktops, but adds capacitive touch tech that’ll let you tap intuitively on the screen (tablet-like) in place of using a regular mouse.
Here’s something that most anyone wouldn’t mind adding to an existing desktop or laptop: a 9-inch touchscreen that connects via USB. Called the iMo Eye9, this display features a 1024 x 600 resolution for adding nine more inches of screen real estate to PCs and Macs. Completely powered by USB, the Eye9 also comes with
The Mimo 710-S looks like a really compact tablet PC, but it’s really just a simple 7-inch display fixed into a foldable frame that you can lug along with a notebook. It’s designed to act as a secondary display (connected to a computer via USB) to add an extra 7 inches (800 x 480 resolution)