|Origin:||Made In China|
|Category:||Computers & AV Digital / Computer Components / Display|
|Label:||USB powered monitor , touchscreen monitor , 7'' lcd monitor|
A USB Powered Touch Screen Monitor as Multiple Input/Output Device for Video Conference,Instant Messaging,News,Photo Frame and Stock Casting, etc.
|Specifications:||Screen Resolution: WVGA(800× 480)
Touch Panel: 4-wire resistive
Contrast: 500: 1
Aspect Ratio: 16: 9
Input Power: USB(DC 5V)
Power Consumption: ≤ 4.5W
Dimension(LWH): 188× 123× 25.8mm
USB Cable: 1 Piece
Driver Disk: 1 Piece
Touch Pen: 1 Piece
Operation Manual: 1 Piece
|Advantages:||Easy & Fun
Drag & Play
NOT DC power, just USB Powered
NOT VGA input, just USB Input
One cable does it all!
Innovation USB-only connection---add monitors without adding clutter!
A USB Powered Monitor as Multiple Input/Output Device for Video Conference, Instant Messaging, News, Photo Frame and Stock Casting, etc.
How to use it?
Installing Monitor Driver (AutoRun);
Click on display setting icon on system tray and see the menu;
Setup menu for Screen Resolution, Colors, Rotation and Extention, etc.
OS: Windows 2000 SP4/XP SP2/Vista 32bit
What can you do with it?
UM-70 has thousands of useful and fun applications: Keep your main display clutter free, park your Instant Messaging windows, keep your application palettes on it, use it as a digital picture frame, as a dedicated stock ticker display, put your gaming maps on it.
UM-70 is great for use with a small laptop or netbook because of its light weight and single USB connection, it can travel with your laptop, no power brick needed!
Outlook/Mail, Calendar or Address Book applications up all the time
View Widgets for To-do's, Weather, Stock Tickers, Dictionary, Thesaurus, etc.
Track System Performance, Monitor Network Traffic, CPU cycles
Have your media player up to control entertainment
Quick access to important toolboxes for online gaming
Use it as a secondary display for computers hooked up to TVs
Run a 2ND or 3rd display without the need for a new graphics card
SKYPE/Google/MSN Chat while using other full screen applications
Watch for Friends on Facebook and MySpace
Keep your Twitter Client up all the time but off your main work screen
Park your Adobe Creative Suite application toolbars or controls
Powerpoint: Keep your formatting palettes, colors, etc. On a separate screen
Business (Retail, Healthcare, Finance)
Integrate into point-of-purchase or point-of-registration process
Cost-effective method to have multiple consumers/customers register, enter information, and authenticate
Use one computer for multiple users (with virtualization software_not included)
Monitor online auctions