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Mimo announces 7-inch iMo Pivot Touchscreen Monitor

Mimo announces 7-inch iMo Pivo...
The iMo pivot touch can be used in portrait or landscape mode and can be detached from the stand
The iMo pivot touch can be used in portrait or landscape mode and can be detached from the stand
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The iMo 7" touchscreen monitor
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The iMo 7" touchscreen monitor
The iMo is slimline and creates extra screen space
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The iMo can be detached from its stand
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The iMo pivot touch can be used in portrait or landscape mode and can be detached from the stand
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The iMo pivot touch can be used in portrait or landscape mode and can be detached from the stand
The iMo 7" touchscreen monitor
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The iMo 7" touchscreen monitor
The iMo is slimline and creates extra screen space
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The iMo can be detached from its stand
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The iMo can be detached from its stand
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The iMo pivot touch can be used in portrait or landscape mode and can be detached from the stand
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The iMo pivot touch can be used in portrait or landscape mode and can be detached from the stand

Mimo Monitors has followed on from its road-tough Mimo 710-S “Mobile Slider” USB monitor and the portable Mimo 710 mini monitor with a foray into the current touchscreen monitor war. The iMo Pivot Touch is a USB-based 7" mini-monitor that offers full touchscreen capability for less than US$200.

The iMo Pivot Touch can be detached from its base in order to operate in stand-alone mode and features a fully pivoting ball-and-joint, 800x480 7" LCD screen that has 350cd/m2 brightness and 400:1 contrast ratio.

The unit's single USB 2.0 connection provides both connectivity and power and the on/off switch is incorporated into the USB cable.

The monitor is designed for use with a small laptop or netbook and can be operated in portrait or landscape mode.

The company boasts that the iMo Pivot Touch is the lowest priced touchscreen monitor on the market – you may want to check that claim – but at US$199.99, it seems a fair price to get the latest touchscreen technology and declutter your work space.

Mimo Monitors.

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