has made a name for itself this year by producing a rather wide variety of secondary monitors, which are portable screens that are powered by USB and provide a nice home for your widgets, IM windows, etc. Today, the outfit has revealed the iMo Pivot touch-screen monitor, a 7" secondary monitor which features full 360-degree maneuverability.
The newest mini-monitor is the first touch-screen to fall under the $200 mark (it's $129.99, if you were wondering), and it has a fully pivoting ball-and-joint 7" LCD screen onboard. It's also fully detachable from its stand and can operate in stand-alone mode. As for specs, it packs an 800x480 resolution, 350 cd/m2 brightness and 400:1 contrast, and of course, it gets powered by a single USB 2.0 socket. It's available to order now for $129.99, and it'll work Windows and Mac systems.