Author Topic: 7-inch Portable Touchscreen Usb Monitor 800x480 Displayport  (Read 6236 times)

espi

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7-inch Portable Touchscreen Usb Monitor 800x480 Displayport
« on: December 04, 2008, 10:04:37 pm »
 
The OS sees it as just another monitor, and can mirror or extend. It just runs some extra processes in the background, but they only take up to 40MB RAM. I guess that means that old Zaurus is out, if/when the Linux drivers appear.

I totally don't need it, and I certainly don't need to be blowing $200 (which is a fair/good price for this IMO) on anything right now, but man I sure want this thing!

I would like to have it as an extra monitor for my desktop, then grab it, connect it to my tablet and take it with me!
I could also keep the tablet in my briefcase, with a USB cord coming out connected to the small monitor in my coat pocket, acting as a 7-inch touchscreen controller when I'm on the metro or around town. Here's the bonus why that would be handy: This has audio out, audio in, mic, and webcam too!

Later SP
unused: Sharp Zaurus SL-C3100 • 2008.03.19 • stock cacko, unused • TK: Hopefully Ubuntu success
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7-inch Portable Touchscreen Usb Monitor 800x480 Displayport
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2008, 04:07:41 pm »
it doesn't have keyboard, i might as well get a iphone, nokia 810 whatever...
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