Mimo Magic Touch
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Mimo Monitors once again delivers an industry-first with the release of the Magic Touch 10”secondary monitor with the amazing responsiveness of capacitive touch! Capacitive sensing technology has revolutionized the smart phone and tablet market, now it is available as an interface for your computer, far surpassing the responsiveness and overall user experience of traditional resistive touchscreens.
Multi-touch capacitive touchscreen
Fully compatible with Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Linux and Mac OS X (with purchase of Mac touchscreen driver). Display-only mode with Windows 2000/XP/Vista. Additional cost 3rd party driver available to enable touch control in Win XP
Sturdy, adjustable dock/base
Screen can also be removed and used independently, as a tethered tablet or mounted (VESA 75) screen
USB cord included
If a USB display is perfect for your installation, whether it is desk mounted or wall mounted, but you need the display a long distance from your computing device, check out our USB extender. (http://www.mimomonitors.com/products/mimo-usb-extender-102). The major advantage to this extender versus the competition, is that this extender uses Power over Twisted Pair to power the remote side from the source side. No longer do you need to route AC power at your table or wall installation.
Raspberry Pi Support
Please visit this page for the 10" Monitors: http://www.mimomonitors.com/pages/instructions-for-using-the-mimo-magic-touch-with-the-raspberry-pi
Mac OS X Touchscreen Support
This driver is required for using the Mimo Magic Touch with a Macintosh computer (Intel-based only) to support touchscreen functions.
- Display size
- 10.1 inches
- Display Resolution
- Contrast Ratio
- Response time
- USB 2.0
- 10.4” wide (264.2mm) x 8.3” tall (211.92mm) x 5.8” deep (147.5mm) [including Base Dock]
- Capacitance Sensing Multi-Touch Touch Screen
- Fully compatible with Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Linux and Mac OS X (with purchase of Mac touchscreen driver). Display-only mode with Windows 2000/XP/Vista. Additional cost 3rd party driver available to enable touch control in Win XP