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Open Frame 7” USB LCD Monitor - UM-710-OF

$139.99
Open Frame 7” USB LCD Monitor - UM-710-OF

Open Frame 7” USB LCD Monitor - UM-710-OF

$139.99
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As of August 2015, Mimo Monitors has retired this product.

 

Open Frame 7” USB LCD Monitor

The same 7” small Monitor from the 710S, but now available in open frame for applications that will be integrated into other equipment or enclosures. Same slick design features as our popular 710S model, this is a great entry-level display-only model. The screen can display in either landscape or portrait orientations. The UM-710-OF open frame monitor is designed to provide the most cost effective solutions for consumer, retail POS, and hospitality markets. 

  • Utilizes DisplayLinkTM technology that provides video, touch and power over a single USB connection. No separate power supply to worry about

  • Ultra-light, weighs less than 1 pound

  • Can be applied as a secondary customer-facing display in retail POS environments 

  • Mechanical drawings available upon request

As with all our monitors, the Mimo 710-OF is compatible with Windows (all versions), Linux, and Mac OS.

 

USB Extender

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.

 

Other 7” display options:

Same great innovative folding form factor but with resistive touchscreen capability– UM-720S

7” resistive touchscreen with a VESA compatible mount – UM-720F

7” resistive touch display but with a detachable stand / base – Touch 2

 

Raspberry Pi Support

Please visit this page for the 7" Monitors: http://www.mimomonitors.com/pages/using-mimo-with-raspberry-pi