We're not sure we agree with introduction two similar products to close
to one another from a business standpoint, but from the consumers' eye,
there's nothing better to really expand your field of options.
Nanovision has just unleashed its newest secondary display
not even a
month after debuting the Mimo 710-S
. This one, labeled the 720-S, is
practically the same USB monitor as the 710-S, but the standout
difference is the touch panel within.
Rather than giving users a screen they can only peer at, the 720-S adds
touch capabilities to give owners a good reason to add oodles of
fingerprints to the display. The so-called "Touchscreen Slider" monitor
is completely USB powered, weighs under a pound, folds up for easy
transport and sports an 800x480 resolution panel. There's also the
option of tilting up to 90 degrees for a better view, with the entire
thing measuring just 7" x 5 3/8" x 1". Nanovision claims that the
screen works fine with Windows XP, Vista and Mac OS X, but Windows 7
drivers have yet to be announced.
If you're interesting in adding a little (and we mean little) screen
real estate to your setup, but don't feel like dealing with another
massive monitor, the Mimo 720-S can be ordered today for $229.99 +