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Mimo offers the smallest footprint and lowest cost of entry into touchscreen functionality. Innovative technology combines video, touch, and power into one USB connection. Simple, proven, and secure: One cable does it all. Connect as many as 14 touch enabled displays to one computing device, without upgrading your video card.
Our touch displays are supported under Windows, Mac, and Linux (including Raspberry Pi).
From interactive POP digital signage, to desktop and mounted control panels, to point of sale systems, hands-on kiosks, and portable applications, our unique single USB connection allows for a myriad of innovative applications. Mimo Monitors designs and manufactures touch devices for the desktop, automation, gaming, retail, hospitality, medical and industrial markets.
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- "For people who work with a number of apps and find desktop space to be at a premium...this is definitely worth a second look." -- Engadget
- "It uses a single USB connection...it worked very well, and looks kind of cute too...the setup was straightforward...and after an hour of use, I like the unit." -- CNET
- "When it's folded, this [Mimo 710-S] collapsible, portable monitor is trimmer than an Olsen twin." -- Wired Magazine
- "[The Mimo 710-S] this critter might change our opinion on the usefulness to road warriors." -- Engadget
- "Mimo's new 710-S 7-inch USB monitor ups the portability ante by coming in a clamshell form factor." -- CNET
"[For] Flikr, Tweetdeck, Skype, something you constantly consult but don't
want living in the middle of your main desktop..." --
Patrick Norton, Revision3: Tekzilla Episode 75
( view the video here)
- "These look like the perfect mini-displays to set up widgets, chat windows...it's perfect to make your awesome computer rig even more awesome." -- Gizmodo
- "The good news is you can connect Mimo to your computer via USB, great for running a laptop setup." -- Gadget Review
- "Heck, you can get a bunch of these and connect to the same computer without having to worry about purchasing an additional video card." -- Ubergizmo