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7 inch USB Powered TFT LCD Monitor - USB for VGA input - Touch Screen option

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Price: $137.00
  • 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.
  • Screen Resolution: WVGA(800×480)
  • Touch Panel:4-wire resistive
  • Contrast:500:1
  • Brightness:250cd/m²
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Input Power: USB(DC 5V)
  • Power Consumption: ≤4.5W
  • Dimension(LWH):188×123×23.5mm/25.8mm(with touch panel)

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
  • It 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, 70 is great for use with a small laptop or nerbook because of its light weight and single USB connection, it can travle with your laptop, no power brick needed!

General Productivity

  • 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 tp TVs
  • Run a 2nd or 3rd display without the need for a new graphics card


  • SKYPE/Google/MSN Chat whtle using other full screen applications
  • Watch for Friends on Facebook and MySpace
  • Keeo your Twitter Client up all the time but off your main work screen
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